Many children encounter challenges when learning how to read. The process requires many higher-order skills to be used in conjunction with one another. Breakdowns in any part of the process along the way can lead to compounded difficulties and increasing frustration as reading instruction progresses throughout the grades. Whether children need assistance with identifying letters and pairing them with the appropriate corresponding sounds, navigating complex English language rules, building sight-word vocabularies, collecting, organizing, and synthesizing ideas about their reading, or something else, our specialists are present to support students with whatever part of the process is challenging. We draw most frequently from training in the multi-sensory Orton-Gillingham approach, as well as the Lucy Calkin’s Reading Workshop, and Barbara Wilson’s Fundations.