Austin Dyslexia Reading Center offers tutoring for students from grades K-12 in both individual and small group settings based on individual needs.
Austin Dyslexia Reading Center has over forty years of teaching experience.
Allizon L. Coseriu attended Texas Wesleyan University in Ft. Worth, Texas. At T.W.U. she was a member of the Greek organization Gamma Phi Beta, the international honor society Psy Chi, and the international honor society Mortar Board.
After graduation, and moving to Austin, Texas, she received her (CALP) Certified Academic Language Practitioner's license and her dyslexia certification through the Scottish Rite Dyslexia Center of Austin. She then passed the Alliance National Exam, which promotes quality standards in the remediation of written and language skills, and is accredited by the International Multisensory Structure Language Education Council (IMSLEC).
Allizon is a certified member (#3805) of the highly regarded Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA), and she is a member of The International Association of Dyslexia (IDA).
She is also a certified WILSON Reading System Dyslexia Practitioner (W.D.P) and currently prefers teaching Wilson as her primary intervention program. Outside of her hours at ADRC, she works for Round Rock ISD as an evaluator for dyslexia and dysgraphia.
Penny Chilcutt is a W.D.P. (certified dyslexia instructor) in the WILSON Reading Program, B.L.S. (Basic Language Skills), Alphabetic Phonics, and M.R.S. which are all Orton-Gillingham approved programs designed for dyslexic students.
She has her master's degree in special education and is a certified reading specialist.
Penny provided services a dyslexia teacher for Scottish Rite in Austin and has also conducted evaluations for Scottish Rite. S
he has worked for Round Rock as a dyslexia evaluator and dyslexia teacher for the past twenty-one years. She retired from Round Rock in June 2017 but continues her passion of evaluating for dyslexia and tutoring dyslexic children.
Allizon and Penny have received extensive training through Neuhaus, Scottish Rite, Rawson Saunders, WILSON and Really Great Reading, just to name a few, to remediate the difficulties faced by dyslexic students.
The main component of an Orton-Gillingham dyslexia program is decoding (the sounding out of new words) which is presented in a multi-sensory fashion. Decoding will be the main focus for many of our students coupled with phonological awareness activities and a reading fluency component.
Our instructors offer your child a blended approach to improve their handwriting, phonemic awareness, sight words, reading fluency, decoding, encoding (spelling), vocabulary, morphology (study of Greek and Latin words), comprehension, phonics and written expression skills.
In addition, we offer several sessions for the parents to learn about dyslexia if requested. Please refer to the
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Trainings and certifications include:
Neuhaus: Reading Readiness
Neuhaus: MultiSensory Reading and Spelling
Neuhaus: MultiSensory Grammar
Neuhaus: Basic Language Skills
Neuhaus: Scientific Spelling
Rawson Saunders: Multi-sensory Morphology
Study of Morphology
Words Their Way
Vocabulary Their Way
Landmark Study Skills for Older Students
Really Great Reading: Blitz
Really Great Reading: Boost
WILSON: Wilson Reading System
WILSON: Just Words
Scottish Rite: Alphabetic Phonics
Scottish Rite: Language Foundations
Austin Dyslexia Reading Center
Lake Creek Office Park
13740 Research Blvd., Suite N-7
Austin, TX 78750
(access from Lakecreek or from Research Blvd. which is Highway 183)
512-797-0722 or 512-354-1510
Tutoring for Dyslexic Students and Struggling Readers &
Parent Education/Information Classes
School year: weekly tutoring after school hours.
Summer hours: Monday through Friday