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Camp for Kids with Learning Disabilities expands to San Diego
PRIDE Learning Center announces the opening of its seasonal location in San Diego, California.
By: PRIDE Learning Center
Summer instruction for children will be available 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday – Friday from June – August.
This summer camp is designed for children of all ages who are struggling with reading, writing and comprehension due to the diagnosis of dyslexia, auditory and visual processing disorder, autism, speech delays and other learning difficulties. The PRIDE Learning Center program is based on Orton-Gillingham research, which uses the multisensory elements of seeing, hearing, touching and moving.
“This San Diego Summer Camp is an extension of our Orange County Learning Centers which allows more families in the San Diego community to get the help they need for their children,” states Karina Richland owner of PRIDE Learning Centers. “Our goal at PRIDE, as it has been at all of our locations, is to deliver the highest level of instruction possible and help every child out there, even those that many teachers have given up on.”
The rise of one-on-one instruction for children with learning disabilities is becoming almost essential in the San Diego communities. Due to heightened program cutbacks for students in the public, private and governmental programs, parents are desperately seeking outside resources to help their children receive the proper interventions necessary to succeed in school.
“PRIDE Learning Center has helped so many students learn how to read,” says Karina Richland, owner of the San Diego Summer Reading Camp. “I see students improve dramatically in just one summer. I am so excited for the San Diego Community to experience and be a part of our wonderful program.”
Individuals interested in the summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center in San Diego can call (866) 774-3342 or email email@example.com. A summer registration form is on the website at www.pridelearningcenter.com