Learn more about our philosophy, dyslexia therapy, and academic language support.
Our dyslexia therapists have a deep understanding of dyslexia, structured literacy, and literacy development.
Our highly trained therapists (CALT) provide tailored Orton-Gillingham based instruction to help your child take flight and reach their full potential.
Elizabeth Maurer, our speech-language pathologist, offers services to address speech and language disorders in children.
We know that educators are constantly pursuing ways in which to improve instruction. Check out our professional development opportunities for individuals and schools.
The Dyslexia Classroom is the online branch of Wimberley Dyslexia & Learning Center. Pop over and check out our latest blog!
Are you looking for a private psychoeducational assessment to identify dyslexia? Areas of strength and weakness? Our Certified Educational Diagnostician, Katy Vassar, provides this service at the center.
Wimberley Dyslexia & Learning Center specializes in providing one-on-one and small group intensive dyslexia therapy and reading/language instruction. Our approach is tailored to meet the needs of each individual student through evidence-based multi-sensory, systematic instruction based on the Orton-Gillingham approach taught by Certified Academic Language Therapists and Practitioners.
Our goal is to help children not only gain confidence in their reading and writing skills, but to become self-advocates as they recognize their own talents and gifts. We strive to build a community, both within our center and the larger community. We assist families in navigating the education system, provide outreach programs to local schools and educators, and create a partnership with schools, parents, and educators.
Our teachers are dedicated to providing appropriate instruction to our students, and have a deep understanding of dyslexia, structured literacy, and literacy development. All of our therapists hold a license of Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT) through ALTA (Academic Language Therapy Association). This prestigious license ensures that our therapists are highly trained and committed to continuing their research and professional development in the area of dyslexia and language instruction.
Our highly trained therapists (CALT) provide tailored Orton-Gillingham based instruction to help your child take flight and reach their full potential. Our sessions may be delivered in small group or one-on-one settings.
"Casey Harrison is our hidden gem in Wimberley! She has helped turn our son's obstacles into hurdles that he's learning steadily! His confidence and ability have soared since working with her. We are so grateful." - Christina L.
"When our son was first diagnosed with dyslexia we didn't know where to start. It was overwhelming and unsettling. From the first time I met with Casey, she immediately put me at ease about what lay ahead. Casey is an expert in her field and passionate about what she does and it shows in every interaction you have with her. " - Tina T.
"Casey is an awesome presenter! I learned so much." - Betsy H.
"Casey has extensive knowledge in all aspects of education, from the systems and procedures of the school setting, to deep knowledge of instructional practices and curriculum. Casey has served teachers and students with a great deal of compassion, detail, commitment and knowledge. Her dedication is evident through her constant pursuit of education." - Melissa P.
Education is at the heart of who we are and what we believe in. It is our goal to develop positive, lasting relationships with teachers and schools through meaningful professional development opportunities.
We have had the pleasure of partnering with Wimberley ISD, St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Wimberley, Blanco River Academicy, St. Austin's Catholic School in Austin, the Dyslexia Center of Austin, Austin ISD, and the Wimberley Village Library.
The following are some of the presentation or speaking topics available through Wimberley Dyslexia & Learning Center.
Has your child been diagnosed with dyslexia? Or do you suspect dyslexia? As a parent, it can feel overwhelming to hear that your child is struggling. You may have a great deal of questions. What is dyslexia? How can I help? What does this mean for my child?
Join us as we come together to learn, share, and support one another on this journey with dyslexia. Our parent workshops are tailored just for you. Check in with our calendar and follow us on FaceBook to see current workshop offerings.
"The Dyslexia Parent Workshops have been a life line for our family. We have gained many valuable tools, and are encouraged about our son's academic future, and feel empowered to make solid decisions that will set him up for success. Having a resource like this in our very own little Wimberley, TX has been a dream come true." - Tina T.
"Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurobiological in origin. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities. These difficulties typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language that is often unexpected in relation to other cognitive abilities and the provision of effective classroom instruction. Secondary consequences may include problems in reading comprehension and reduced reading experience that can impede growth of vocabulary and background knowledge." (IDA Definition, 2002)
Every student has unique needs for support. Tell us more about what you are hoping a therapist can do for you, and we will start on a plan to help you get what you need.
13300 Ranch Road 12, Wimberley, Texas 78676, United States