Thriving With Dyslexia

Thriving With Dyslexia
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Meet Tobias, an incredible student who, despite his dyslexia, is thriving thanks to the one-on-one tutoring that he receives from Tutor Doctor: “It’s less stressful than being in a classroom and [my tutor] is nice and she’s fun to work with,” says Tobias.

“The growth I’ve seen since Tobias has started Tutor Doctor has been astronomical,” says Danielle McColl, Tobias’ fourth grade teacher.

Does your child have special needs or trouble with their reading? Tutor Doctor’s in-home private tutoring means that your child receives the one-on-one attention they need and the tutor is able to employ innovative materials and techniques to help students to catch up and keep up.

Everyone can learn, we just need to find the techniques and teaching styles that reach them.

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