An overwhelming majority of students are writing at or
below a basic level. Writer's Workshops tend to only
benefit average- and high-achieving students. Written
language is a difficult skill to teach because it is the most
complex form of communication. At The Write Turn®
we use evidence-based approaches that guide students
through the writing process and significantly improve
the quality of their writing.
Language-based learning disabilities affect reading, spelling and writing. This
has nothing to do with being smart. Most individuals diagnosed with a
learning disability have average to superior intelligence. At The Write Turn®,
we provide a proper diagnosis, early intervention, and strategies in
research-based reading methods that address the fundamental skills of
decoding, encoding, auditory processing, code knowledge, and sequencing.
When a child has difficulty understanding others (receptive language), or
sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings (expressive language), he or she has a
language delay or disorder. Speech-language pathologists play a critical role
in evaluating students and providing the necessary services and support for
families and children with language impairments.