Have a few questions? See our FAQ below or contact us.
Does my child need a diagnosis of dyslexia for tutoring?
A diagnosis of dyslexia is not required to begin tutoring. In fact, the more signs of dyslexia you see, the more you can be sure that dyslexia tutoring is the right next step.
If you are interested in a psychoeducational evaluation in order to diagnose dyslexia, please ask for our list of practitioners who provide this type of testing.
How do I get started?
Call us at 615.999.7072 to schedule your consultation. At the consultation, we will review your child’s educational history and other pertinent background information. Erin Paske will spend time with your child to determine the proper starting place in the program. Then, we will match your child with one of our tutors.
What do your services cost?
Students are charged a fee per session. Sessions are paid up front at the beginning of each month.
Where does instruction take place?
Instruction is available for students in the Nashville, Tennessee, area. Instruction can be held in your home, at our location in Cool Springs, at your child’s school (with principal approval), or in a mutually agreed upon location.
Does Nashville Dyslexia Center help homeschoolers?
Yes! If you suspect your homeschooler may have dyslexia, working with one of our tutors can take the burden of reading instruction off the parent. You’ll still need to teach literature as a subject, but ask us how tutoring may be able to replace part of your current reading program.
How can I teach with the Nashville Dyslexia Center?
The Nashville Dyslexia Center contracts highly skilled teachers with demonstrated experience in Orton-Gillingham programs. Please send an email to email@example.com with your resume attached in PDF format.