Thank You

Payne relies on generous grants and donations to help underwrite the costs of training for teachers. Here are some of this year's supporters:

  • Sarkeys Foundation
  • Kirkpatrick Family Fund
  • Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma
  • The Merrick Foundation
  • Oklahoma State Department of Education
  • The Oklahoman/Anschutz Foundation
  • Pi Beta Phi Foundation
  • Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation
  • Inasmuch Foundation

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 Testimonials

"In all my professional experience, I have ever had such a high quality, effective training as Structured Language Basics."
Lindsay | Teacher

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Dyslexia Resources

Use the directory to find reading and dyslexia resources in your area. Enter your zip code and select all categories which apply. 

 

Academic Language Therapy Association
Dallas

Provides names & phone numbers of Certified Academic Language Therapists

Cathy Reim
Oklahoma City 73170

Cathy is a licensed diagnostician, who can diagnose reading disorders, including dyslexia. She has a background in Multisensory Structured Language training.  Evaluations are typically conducted at Moore Norman Technology Center on South Penn, but other arrangements can be made for those in southern Oklahoma, as Cathy lives in Purcell. Price ranges from $300-$500, which includes the evaluation report within 2 weeks of testing. Testing occurs Fridays and Saturdays during the school year, and anytime during the summer. Call for availability. 

Child Study Center, OU-HSC
Oklahoma City 73117

Ask for EVALUATION OF READING PROBLEM; professional testing

Community Literacy Center
Oklahoma City 73118

Trains tutors and teaches adults how to read.

Decoding Dyslexia- Oklahoma
Statewide

Decoding Dyslexia - OK is a grassroots movement driven by Oklahoma families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia within our public schools and communities. This group is a place to find resources, network with others in your area, and strategize on how to best affect public policy in support of individuals with dyslexia. Facebook Twitter

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