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Does your child struggle with reading?
Every child deserves the success of being a confident reader. Following proven research based instruction, children can become talented, engaged readers which will help strengthen academic performance and teach the skills students will utilize throughout their lives. Early intervention is the key to building academic achievement and preventing low self esteem. Success builds success, especially in the early years.

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  • It is estimated that 15% of all American Students may have Dyslexia- US Dept. of Health & Human Services
  • Dyslexia Represents the most common and prevalent of learning disabilities- National Institute of Health 1994
  • Dyslexia is Identifiable with 92% accuracy at the age of 5 ½ – 6 ½ years of age- National Institute of Health 1994

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We feel so fortunate to have been introduced Elizabeth Hall when our daughter, Kelly, was diagnosed with dyslexia in fourth grade. Elizabeth combined a solid education/training in language related LD’s with good instincts in approaching remediation for Kelly. That along with Elizabeth’s genuine caring for her student’s success was such a gift to Kelly.

After working with Elizabeth intensively one summer and then 2 x week for a year or two, Kelly was off running academically. She recently graduated from University of New Hampshire cum laude. We are most grateful for Elizabeth’s good spirit and guidance in helping Kelly through her dyslexia.
~Terrie and Jay Wood 

Elizabeth A. Hall is a remarkably talented and perceptive reading tutor. While tutoring my daughter, I found her to be wonderfully open-minded and patient. She adeptly worked the tutoring sessions to fit my daughter’s particular learning profile — to great success! She is a wealth of information and a true champion for the cause of children with ‘learning differences’.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ~ Brigitte Whitney