PRIDE Learning Center, a dyslexia tutoring company, will be expanding its services to the Yorba Linda community this summer for the second year. This reading camp is aimed at students from 4-18 years old who have specific learning disabilities with reading, writing and comprehension. Students will attend sessions from 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday through Friday or from 12:30 – 3:30 Monday – Friday.
The dyslexia summer camp at PRIDE Learning Center includes one-on-one tutoring using the Orton-Gillingham approach with reading, writing and comprehension lessons. One of the most highly effective methods for teaching students with Dyslexia is the Orton-Gillingham approach. It teaches the structure of the language using various multisensory techniques that encourage students to see, hear and write a concept at the same time.
“We often see our campers making one to two years worth of progress during our 4-6 week summer camps,” says PRIDE Learning Center’s Director Karina Richland. “The Orton-Gillingham program is like a life-saver for dyslexic kids. Many of them have tried so many different programs and this is finally the one that works for them,” says Richland.
PRIDE Learning Center’s summer dyslexia camp will be held at 19045 Yorba Linda Blvd in Yorba Linda. There is limited space available and early registration is recommended. For more information visit the PRIDE Learning Center website at www.pridelearningcenter.com or call 866-774-3342.
PRIDE Learning Center announces that it will be opening a summer location in Beverly Hill, California.
PRIDE Learning Center, which specializes in tutoring students with learning disabilities and special needs, will provide instruction this summer at a Seasonal Learning Center in Beverly Hills, located at the Chabad Center, 409 Foothill Road, Beverly Hills, Ca 90210.
Summer instruction for children will be available 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday – Friday from June – August.
This summer program in Beverly Hills is designed for children of all ages who are struggling with reading, writing and comprehension due to the diagnosis of dyslexia, auditory and visual processing disorder, speech and language delays and other learning difficulties. The PRIDE Learning Center program is based on Orton-Gillingham research, which uses the multisensory elements of seeing, hearing, touching and moving.
“The Beverly Hills Learning Center is an extension of our Orange County Learning Centers which allows more families in the Beverly Hills community to get the help they need for their children,” states Karina Richland owner of PRIDE Learning Centers. “Our goal at PRIDE, as it has been at all of our locations, is to deliver the highest level of instruction possible and help every child out there, even those that many teachers have given up on.”
“PRIDE Learning Center has helped so many students learn how to read,” says May Dabbah, Director of the Beverly Hills Seasonal Learning Center. “I see students improve dramatically in just one summer. I am so excited for the Beverly Hills Community to experience and be a part of our wonderful program.”
Individuals interested in summer instruction can call (949) 484-0230 or email email@example.com
Summer is the perfect time to catch up and get ahead! At PRIDE Learning Center we offer a fantastic summer reading program to give students a giant boost in their weakest areas. Our summer reading camp is the most popular program of the year!
This intensive one-on-one reading, writing and comprehension program utilizes our multi-sensory, phonemic, Orton-Gillingham approach that we at PRIDE Learning Center are experts at. This program helps kids in a way that a regular summer school program would not. Student’s progress one entire reading level in 4-5 weeks!
PRIDE’s fun-filled yet intensive one-on-one reading camp has become so popular that we even draw families from all over the globe. Recent students have come to PRIDE from France, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, England, and Germany.
Summer Catch – Up Program
Do in 4 weeks what would normally take 30-40 weeks!
Our PRIDE Intensive reading program offers dramatic results. Our reading specialists will provide the needed support to get students at grade level during the long summer months. Your child still gets a summer break, as sessions are typically only 3 hours a day five days a week. Don’t worry, there is still plenty of time in the day to play, go to the beach or just relax.
Sample Daily Schedule:
9:00 – 10:30 Orton-Gillingham Reading Instruction
10:30 – 11:00 Snack, Fun and Movement
11:00 – 11:30 Writing Instruction
11:30 – 12:00 Orton-Gillingham Reading Instruction
You can sign up for any weeks between June 26th – August 4 to accommodate busy schedules and traveling families. For best results, we recommend 4 uninterrupted weeks.
Tuition per weekly session is $1125.00 PRIDE lessons are always One-on-One
We have locations in Calabasas, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Pasadena, Hancock Park, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Redondo Beach, Newport Beach/Irvine, Mission Viejo, Yorba Linda, Temecula, Carlsbad and San Diego!
Or Call us Today at 866-774-3342 for a registration form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.pridelearningcenter.com
All PRIDE Learning Centers LLC Summer Camp (PRIDE Summer Camp) registrations require a $300 deposit at the time of registration. The deposit will be deducted from the total price of the student’s PRIDE Summer Camp tuition, and is non-refundable once submitted. The remaining tuition balance will be due on or before May 19th 2017. Once the PRIDE Summer Camp has begun there will be no refunds issued, as space and a teacher have been contracted for your student. This includes students who do not appear for their lessons, as well as those who stop attending. By registering for PRIDE Summer Camp you understand that PRIDE Summer Camp reserves the right to deny continued enrollment to any student if PRIDE Summer Camp concludes the actions of the student or parent are inconsistent with the establishment and maintenance of a positive working relationship. It is understood that fees will not be refunded in the case of removal of student from PRIDE Summer Camp.
Release and Waiver
I hereby acknowledge that I have voluntarily chosen to allow my student to attend PRIDE Summer Camp. I understand and recognize that each PRIDE Summer Camp activity may involve risk of injury to my child and I agreed to accept any and all risks associated with it. By voluntarily allowing my child to participate in activities and with the knowledge of the risk involved, I hereby agree to accept any and all inherent risks.
In consideration of allowing my child to participate in the PRIDE Summer Camp and to the fullest extent permitted by law, I agree to hold harmless PRIDE Learning Centers LLC, its employees and any assigns from and against all claims arising out of or resulting from my child participation in PRIDE Summer Camp. I hereby voluntarily hold harmless and release PRIDE Learning Centers LLC it’s trustees, officers, employees, agents and assigns from any and all claims arising out of or incident to my student’s participation in the PRIDE Summer Camp which may be made on behalf of me, my student, my personal representative and my heirs or assigns.
No Make-Ups Credits or Refunds Allowed For Missed Days
PRIDE Learning Centers LLC is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
There is a $75.00 charge for returned checks.
Consent to Photograph, Video or Audio Tape.
Student’s image by photograph, video or audio footage may be used by PRIDE Learning Centers LLC in brochures, website and other promotional materials including social media.
Permission to Participate
I hereby give my full consent and permission for my child to participate in all recreational, athletic, academic and extracurricular activities offered by PRIDE Summer Camp. My child is in good health and physically fit and has not been advised by a healthcare provider not to participate in physical activities.
Consent to Treatment of a Minor
I understand and acknowledge that occasionally a non-emergency may develop which necessitates the administration of non-emergency first aid to my student. In the event of a non-emergency injury or illness which necessitated the administration of non-emergency first aid, I hereby authorize PRIDE Summer Camp and its staff in charge of the PRIDE Summer Camp to administer any necessary non-emergency first aid.
Consent to Administer Emergency First Aid
In the unlikely event of a life or limb threatening emergency, I give consent to PRIDE Summer Camp and its staff to administer emergency first aid as a first response until more advanced medical care is available. I understand that the PRIDE Summer Camp and its staff will use their best judgment, act in good faith and will treat with the intention of not causing further harm.
Consent to Arrange Emergency Treatment
I understand and acknowledge that on rare occasions an emergency may develop which necessitates the administration of medical care, dental care, hospitalization or surgery to my student. Therefore in the event of an injury or illness to my student which necessitates medical or dental care, I hereby authorize PRIDE Learning Centers LLC and its staff in charge of PRIDE Summer Camp to arrange any necessary emergency treatment including the administration of anesthetics and surgery to my child. I also understand that a parent / guardian will be contacted at the earliest possible moment in the event of an emergency relating to my student.
Summer break is finally here! Although our kids deserve a vacation from the daily homework load – we don’t want to completely let their reading skills slip during this summer vacation. Here is a very family-friendly list of activities you can try at home this summer with your kids to keep the reading skills sharp and active in those kiddies:
- Cook with your kids. Cooking is a great way for the family to spend fun and educational time together. Reading food labels and recipes can help your children improve their reading skills and learn the meanings of unfamiliar words. You can also work up an appetite by reading a story about food. Then make and eat the food you read about.
- Listen to audio books in the car while traveling. Spending time listening to books strengthens listening, concentration and imagination skills in children. It also gives them an opportunity to improve vocabulary and language skills. Take your child’s iPod along on car trips or while you are running errands during the summer break.
- Take your child grocery shopping. Let your child carry the shopping list as you shop. They can read off the items you need. Label reading is also a great reading task for a child. You can have them look up the ingredients on the labels or ask them to research which breakfast cereal has the least amount of sugar in it.
- Play board games. Here is your opportunity to expand your child’s mind while also having fun and spending time together. Games like Scrabble, Boggle and other word games are great for challenging the minds of kids. Some games require reading for clues or reading directions.
- Read about your vacation destination before you go. Have your child read about your travel spots ahead of time and help plan the trip for you. If you go camping, explore the wildlife and scenery on-line.
- Pick your favorite author. Try to read all the books by a favorite author and list them on a chart. Then write a letter to the author. Most authors have their own websites with contact information, book titles, games and more.
- Visit a museum or zoo. There will be lots and lots of signs and descriptions to read which will encourage non-fiction reading vocabulary.
- Go to the library. Access all those wonderful library resources, including reading incentive programs and opportunities for volunteer work for older children.
- Plant a vegetable garden. Read books together about gardening. Read directions to plant seeds. Children can research online for growing tips and learning how to take care of their vegetables.
- Campfire Stories. Set up a tent in the backyard and have your children take turns reading campfire stories. Pick out some fun scary mysteries and don’t forget the s’mores.
- Don’t watch TV – read it! If it is available, have your child watch close captioned TV with the sound off. Not only builds reading skills but also builds empathy for those who are hearing impaired.
- Keep a summer scrapbook. Tape in souvenirs of your family’s summer activities such as pictures, ticket stubs, photos, etc. The kids can write captions and read them aloud as you look at the book together.
Learn more about the New PRIDE Reading Program
Karina Richland, M.A. is the Founder and Director of PRIDE Learning Centers, located in Los Angeles and Orange County. Ms. Richland is a certified reading and learning disability specialist. Ms. Richland speaks frequently to parents, teachers, and professionals on learning differences, and writes for several journals and publications. You can visit the Pride Learning Center website at: www.pridelearningcenter.com
PRIDE Learning Center, a tutoring center in Yorba Linda, has announced it will offer a specialized summer reading camp to better meet the needs of children with dyslexia, auditory and visual processing, speech delays, autism, ADHD and other language and learning disabilities.
The summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center in Yorba Linda will run weekly from June -August to accommodate busy schedules and traveling families. Children can attend from 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday –Friday. All of the teachers at PRIDE Learning Center are credentialed with strong special education backgrounds and deliver one-on-one Orton-Gillingham language and reading lessons.
“This summer reading camp at PRIDE is designed to help students in a way that a regular summer school program cannot,” states Center Director May Dabbah. “Summer is a wonderful and effective time for struggling students to boost their skills and close the reading and comprehension gaps,” says Dabbah.
PRIDE Learning Center is a leading tutoring company in Los Angeles and Orange County, for students with learning disabilities. Their reading and comprehension program has been shown to boost student performance almost 2 grade levels in just 3 months. The Orton-Gillingham instruction develops the underlying reading and comprehension skills necessary for students with dyslexia, auditory processing, visual processing, autism, speech delays, ADHD and other learning challenges. It is common to see years of reading improvement after just weeks of intensive instruction.
“Although the reading camp is intensive and highly structured, the teachers at PRIDE make it really fun and super engaging for the kids. The kids love it and we have families return to us each summer,” says May Dabbah.
PRIDE Learning Center in Yorba Linda is located at 19045 Yorba Linda Blvd in Yorba Linda, Ca 92886.
Individuals interested in the summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center in Yorba Linda can call (949) 484-0230 or visit the website at www.pridelearningcenter.com or email email@example.com.