Wilson Reading System® Certified Instruction
for Language-based Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia
At Wildwood Literacy
We offer an intensive intervention program for students with language-based learning disabilities, such as Dyslexia.
Does your child struggle with reading?
Have trouble focusing in class?
Frequently have to guess at words?
Have difficulty spelling?
We can help.
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Wildwood Literacy provides small group (4 students or fewer) and one-to-one instruction for students in grades 2-12 who are not making sufficient progress in intervention or who may require more intensive instruction due to a language-based learning disability such as dyslexia.
Our program instructor is a Level I Certified Wilson® Dyslexia Practitioner (W.D.P.) and utilizes the Wilson Reading System® (WRS). WRS is the flagship program of Wilson Language Training® and the foundation of all other Wilson programs. WRS is an intensive Tier 3 program for students with word-level deficits, who have been unable to learn with other teaching strategies and require multisensory language instruction; or who require more intensive structured literacy instruction due to a language-based learning disability, such as dyslexia.
As a structured literacy program based on phonological-coding research and Orton-Gillingham principles, WRS directly and systematically teaches the structure of the English language. Through the program, students learn fluent decoding and encoding skills to the level of mastery. From the beginning Steps of the program, students receive instruction in:
Word structure (in-depth) for automatic decoding and spelling
Word recognition and spelling of high-frequency words, including irregular words
Vocabulary, word understanding, and word-learning skills
Sentence-level text reading with ease, expression, and understanding
Listening comprehension with age-appropriate narrative and informational text
Reading comprehension with narrative and expository text of increasing levels of difficulty
Narrative and informational text structures
Organization of information for oral or written expression
Self-monitoring for word recognition accuracy and comprehension