Wilson Reading System

Wilson Reading System
Posted on 03/14/2019
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43.5 million Americans are dyslexic while 3.5% (2 million children) are receiving special educational services for a reading disorder[1]. Fortunately, Collier School has a certified Wilson Instructor on staff, Michael Penna, to work individually with students who require more intensive literacy instruction due to a language-based learning disability such as dyslexia.

The Wilson Reading System, a program of Wilson Language Training, is an intensive Tier 3 program for students in grades 2-12 and adults with word-level deficits who are struggling to make progress with their current interventions. Wilson also assists individuals who require multisensory language instruction or more intensive structured literacy instruction. 

At Collier, students work one-on-one with Mr. Penna on their phonemic awareness, spelling, fluency, sight word recognition, decoding and word study, oral expressive language development, and comprehension.

“Students benefit immensely. They gain the tools to spell and read which in turn boosts their confidence,” Mr. Penna stated.

To learn more about how Collier School uses Wilson Reading System, contact Cindy D’Arcy at 732-946-4771 x207 or cdarcy@collieryouthservices.org.

[1] “Dyslexia: What Brain Research Reveals About Reading.” College or Training Programs: How to Decide | LD Topics | LD OnLine, Society for Neuroscience, www.ldonline.org/article/10784/.