Category Archives: Dyslexia

Wilson Language Training Earns IDA Accreditation

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Wilson Language Training (WLT) and Wilson® Accredited Partners have received accreditation by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). This designation recognizes that Wilson Reading System® certifications align with the IDAs Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading. In 2010 the IDA published these standards which outline the content knowledge necessary to teach reading and writing. IDA now reviews and accredits both university teacher preparation programs and independent teacher training and certification programs that align with the standards.In the summer of 2015, [...]

A Life-Changing Experience

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In January 2014, Gabby K. from New Jersey completed Step 12 of the Wilson Reading System®.  One of her tutors, Wilson Trainer Nancy Graham, shared that Gabbys hard work, intrinsic motivation, and ability to now read accurately and fluently have resulted in her earning a grade of A in every subject area during the last two school years.  Gabby is pictured above with her other tutor, Carol Brown (left), during a celebratory lunch. She is now entering high school. Gabby shared her experience:Have you ever wondered what it would be like to not read like the other kids around you? Well, be [...]

Interview with WRS Graduate, Chris A.

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Chris A., age 13,  has gone through all 12 Steps of the Wilson Reading System® (WRS). Recently, we caught up with Chris and his mother, Stephanie, to hear about his thoughts on WRS, his progress, and how he is spreading the word about dyslexia.Q: What were some of your favorite parts of the Wilson Reading System? Chris: Well, I like how they try to explain this whole spelling thing. Instead of teaching you to memorize a certain word they teach you the rules to read a word. And just to show you what Wilson can do, here are two WADEs, before and after Wilson. Before, I knew 25% of sounds. Af [...]

My Journey with Austin

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Wilson from Austin's Perspective  (as told by Misty) Wilson was challenging at first. Then, once I got the hang of it, it was easier. It felt weird at first doing Wilson because I didnt know what a suffix was, a bonus letter, or any other rule. I wasnt even sure about capital and lower-case letters. I had no idea what I was doing. Now, I know what all the rules are from Step 1.1 to 6.1, and I can read! Wilson means learning to me. Wilson has helped me in class and in writing assignments, as well as science and reading in my class. Wilson helped me learn football plays beca [...]