We help children and youth who have literacy/dyslexia and other language-based disorders, reach their potential to succeed in school, work, and life.
To ensure every person we serve will receive the help they need to succeed in school, work, and life.
Why Choose ALLC
Families are invited to a free intake appointment. You will meet with specialists who are part of the evaluation team to review your child’s developmental and educational history and the concerns you have. Together we will decide what type of evaluation and intervention services that may help determine the causes of the difficulties your child is experiencing in school. You are fully informed of all costs prior to beginning services.
Contact our Client Service Coordinator at 602 212.1089 ext 221 for more information and to schedule your appointment.
ALLC uses only specialized teaching professionals to provide our services.
Our evaluations are completed by Master’s Level and above staff including school psychologists, dyslexia specialists and licensed psychologists. Reading Interventions are provided by teachers and interventionists who specialize in reading differences such as dyslexia, speech and language disability and auditory processing deficits. These include teachers with reading endorsements from the state, special education teachers, and certified speech/language pathologists.
Academic Intervention uses explicit Orton-Gillingham based reading programs that have proven success for students who have a specific disability in the areas of reading or written expression. Academic Interventionists have specialized training in how to teach children who are struggling in school to become successful readers.