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WisconsinReadingCoalition.org is a clearinghouse for information and networking vehicle for individuals and organizations that support bringing scientifically-based reading instruction and intervention to all Wisconsin students. The content on this website does not necessarily represent the views of any particular organization. 

Although WisconsinReadingCoalition.org does not accept donations, many of the following organizations will gratefully accept your tax-deductible donations to further the work of the coalition and their individual missions. New listings will continue to be added; please contact us if you are interested. All reading services must be scientific research-based.

Achieve More Reading Center
Instruction and screening for struggling readers K through adult. Serving students in the Madison, Janesville, and Waupun areas. Systematic, explicit, and diagnostic one-on-one tutoring for dyslexia. Trained in Orton-Gillingham and Structured Word Inquiry
    6484 N. Bird, Sun Prairie, WI 53590; 608-770-6847
Appleton center diagnosing learning disabilities, providing research-based tutoring for children and adults, and teaching self-advocacy skills for transition to higher education, employment, or community life
    101 W. Edison Ave., Suite 215, Appleton, WI 54915; 920-750-8773
    akschauman@yahoo.com
    Green Bay non-profit organization seeking to provide information, support, and assistance to dyslexic individuals
    http://www.brightyoungdyslexics.org/#!about_us/csgz

Madison area assessment, diagnosis, advocacy, treatment and help with school, post secondary training and work issues for unique learners and those who care about them
    437 S. Yellowstone Dr., Suite 218, Madison, WI 53710; 608-288-1882
    nira@charter.net
    http://childandfamilypsychological.com

Children's Dyslexia Centers, Inc.http://wisconsinchildrensdyslexiacenters.org/
A Scottish Rite charity with centers in several states including Wisconsin

Children's Dyslexia Center-Eau Claire
Eau Claire tutoring services for children; tutor training in Orton-Gillingham
   
616 Graham Ave., Eau Claire, WI 54701; 715-598-4986
    ChildrensDyslexiaCenter@clearwire.net

Children's Dyslexia Center-Madison
Madison tutoring services for children; tutor training in Orton-Gillingham
    301 Wisconsin Avenue, Madison, WI 53703; 608-252-4922
    dlcm301@gmail.com

Children's Dyslexia Center-Milwaukee
Milwaukee tutoring services for children; tutor training in Orton-Gillingham
    790 N. Van Buren St., Milwaukee, WI 53202; 414-765-9189
    clcmilw@humphrey-masonic-center.org

Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching: Professional Learning Community
    Online discussion forum sponsored by Ventris Learning

Dana Kay Brenner, CALT, CDT, QIT
    Therapy services to children with dyslexia using a scientifically proven systematic, sequential curriculum
    Shawano, WI; Online therapy program available for out-of-area students
    920-944-4890
Madison area remediation for dyslexic learners
    2711 Allen Blvd., Middleton, WI 53562 and 2825 Hunters Trail, Portage, WI 56901
    608-886-0555
    readingclinic@deancare.com

Dean Clinic West; Daniel T. Gustafson, PhD, ABPP
Child psychologist/neuropsychologist offering neuropsychological assessment of learning/attention problems
    http://www.deancare.com/doctors-locations/find-a-doc/doctors-profile.aspx?id=1055

    Parent-driven effort to inform and support families touched by dyslexia
    https://www.facebook.com/DecodingDyslexiaWi

Independent agency designated by the Governor to ensure the rights of all state citizens with disabilities through individual advocacy and system change
    131 W. Wilson St., Suite 700, Madison, WI 53703; 608-267-0214
    6737 W. Washington St., Suite 3230, Milwaukee, WI 53214; 414-773-4646
    217 W. Knapp St., Rice Lake, WI 54868; 715-736-1232

Dyslexia Connect
Online tutoring for dyslexic students
    www.dyslexiaconnect.com

Dyslexia Help
Information for dyslexics, parents, and professionals from the University of Michigan
    http://dyslexiahelp.umich.edu/

One-on-one tutoring in Northeastern Wisconsin using the Barton Reading and Spelling System
    2935 N. Ballard Rd., Suite 1, Appleton, WI 54911; 920-422-2665
    info@dyslexiareadingconnection.com

Dyslexic Pals
Provides youth and family resources and opportunities to bring together kids with dyslexia to empower and excite them
   
dyslexicpals@gmail.com
    http://www.i-m.mx/dyslexicpals/dyslexicpals/home.html

Grimes Reading Institute
Rockport, MA resource for professional development in the area of reading, disseminating information and providing instruction and training in state-of-the-art reading practices
    www.grimesreadinginstitute.com/index.html

International Dyslexia Association
Promoting literacy through research, education, and advocacy
    40 York Rd., 4th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21204; 410-296-1232
    https://dyslexiaida.org/
    
Community-based opportunity oasis on Milwaukee’s Near South Side can build clients' vital academic, employment, and life skills in order to become full participants in the benefits and responsibilities of society
    2110 W. Scott St., Milwaukee, WI 53204; 414-647-0548
    info@journeyhouse.org
   http://www.journeyhouse.org/

Lake Superior Tutoring Center for Dyslexic Children and Adults, Inc.
Free 1-1 tutoring for dyslexic children and adults in Ashland, Bayfield, and Douglas Counties using the Susan Barton System
    8560 Topper Road, Iron River, WI 54847; 715-292-8777
    info@lakesuperiortutoring.org

Greater Madison area support and information group for families of children with disabilities; monthly meetings
    608-497-0233

Tutoring and testing services for children in the Madison area. Offering Orton-Gilingham reading instruction for children with dyslexia, as well as math tutoring for children with dyscalculia.
    410-688-0551

Lindamood-Bell
For a limited time, Lindamood-Bell® programs and services are available to the Milwaukee community through a Lindamood-Bell® Seasonal Learning Clinic. Research-validated assessment and instruction are available for students who face various types of learning challenges, including those with symptoms of dyslexia, hyperlexia, ADD/ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.
    kelli.shannahan@lindamoodbell.com

Literacy Green Bay
Programs advancing literacy and helping individuals and families acquire the reading, writing, math, English language, computer and workforce skills they need to function effectively as workers and community members
    424 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay, WI 54301; 920-435-2474

Minoqua area tutoring services for adults and children; tutor training and informational talks for the community
    P.O. Box 574, Minocqua, WI 54548; 715-277-3105
    board1@literacytaskforce.org
    http://literacytaskforce.org/index.html

Margery Katz, M.A.
Madison area tutor providing evidence-based reading instruction for children and adults with dyslexia
    http://www.margerykatz.com
    margeryk1@gmail.com


Madison Reading and Learning Center
Janice Schreiber-Poznik, MS  Reading/Dyslexia Specialist
Madison area tutoring service providing scientific researched based reading instruction for children and adults with LD/Dyslexia.
Professional development for K-12 teachers in Orton-Gillingham, research based reading instruction and reading assessment protocols
    5555 Odana Rd., Suite 205, Madison, WI 53719
   jspoznik@tds.net
 
Mayerson Academy
Online, IDA accredited Orton-Gilligham training, complete with supervised practicum
    2650 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45219; 513-475-4101
Polk County tutoring services for adults and families
    400 Polk County Plaza, Balsam Lake, WI 54810; 715-405-7323; 800-4-5-7323
    nwlit@centurytel.net

Coalition of parents, educators and advocates working together to improve the quality of special education in Wisconsin on a systemic basis
    608-267-0214
    www.dawninfo.org/advocacy/issues/sped/qec_join.cfm

READ Learning Educational Services, LLC
Appleton area business offers dyslexia screening, research based one-on-one tutoring, educational consultations, and workshops. 
    www.readlearningservices.com
    262-226-9284
    ksteinke@readlearningservices.com 

RTI Action Network
A good resource for educators and families seeking to identify struggling readers and ensure that they receive the necessary supports to be successful. Their website includes extensive resources, including discussion boards, "ask the expert" features, professional development tools, podcasts, webinars, and grade-level suggestions.

    http://www.rtinetwork.org

Workshops, team training, program development, consultations, and conferences centering around assistive technology for education
    893 Arthur Dr., #7, Milton, WI 53563
    414-379-7979
    Marfilius@mac.com
    http://scottmarfilius.com

Special education advocacy

Shawano County Literacy Council
Confidential, free tutoring services for non-reading adults and those with limited reading abilities
    P.O. Box 577; 1263 S. Main St., Shawano, WI 54166; 715-524-6506
    shawanolitco@yahoo.com
    www.shawano literacy.org

SpellTalk
Private listserv discussion group sponsored by Literacy by Design for educators dedicated to improving students' word study skills
Time for You Tutoring
Tutoring for children and adults in the Beaver Dam, Wisconsin area, specializing in dyslexic learners and learners who struggle with reading, writing and/or spelling.  Instructor is Orton-Gillingham certified through the Dyslexia Training Institute.  
   timeforyoututoring@gmail.com
  
www.timeforyoututoring.com  

Ventris Learning
Publisher of Toggle Talk and Code Switching Lessons programs teaching bi-dialectal fluency for African American English speakers
    www.ventrislearning.com

Walbridge School 
Madison private day school dedicated to teaching children with learning disabilities in grades K through 8
    7035 Old Sauk Rd., Madison, WI 53717; 608-833-1338
    info@walbridgeschool.com
    www.walbridgeschool.com/

We All Can Read
Online and print editions of a synthetic phonics program used for kindergarten through adults.
    weallcanread.com

We Connect Now
Website by and for college students with disabilities.
    http://weconnectnow.wordpress.com/

Winnebago County Literacy Council
Oshkosh center helping children, students, adults,and families increase their literacy skills so they can make informed decisions in order to function effectively in society
    106 Washington Ave., Oshkosh, WI 54901; 920-236-5185
    traska@winlit.org
    www.winlit.org

State branch of the International Dyslexia Association; source of information, referrals, and host of an annual conference

Statewide support to children and adults with disabilities, their families, and those that support them
    600 W. Virginia St., Suite 501, Milwaukee, WI 53204; 414-374-4645, toll-free 877-374-0511

Tutoring services for adults and children in Madison and West Allis; online real-time distance learning program also available
    636 Grand Canyon Dr., Madison, WI 53719; 608-824-8980; madison@wildd.org
    2448 S. 102nd St., West Allis, WI 53227; 608-824-8980; madison@wildd.org

Coalition of adult, family, and workplace literacy providers, tutor trainers, health literacy advocates
    211 S. Paterson St., Suite 260, Madison, WI 53703; 608-257-1655
    info@WisconsinLiteracy.org
    www.wisconsinliteracy.org/

Yale Center For Dyslexia and Creativity
Information on dyslexia for dyslexic individuals, parents, educators, advocates, and policymakers
    dyslexia.yale.edu

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