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Reading Program

Our Reading Program is designed to remediate deficits in the areas of:

  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Sight word recognition
  • Fluency
  • Reading rate
  • Reading accuracy
  • Comprehension

Prospective clients recieve a comprehensive literacy battery to identify key strengths and weaknesses in order to develop a highly individualized therapeutic program.  One on one and group sessions are available, depending on the age and skill level of each individual.


Writing Program

Our Writing Program is designed to address deficits in the areas of:

  • Written narrative composition
  • Lexical and syntactical development
  • Orthographic expectancies (spelling rules & exceptions)
  • Organization and sequencing of written narratives
  • Punctuation

A comprehensive assessment is conducted prior to admission into the program in order to develop specifc and effective goals.

Project PRWL Literacy Program:

Picture it, Read it, Write it, Live it 

The Texas State Speech-Language Hearing Clinic is offering a 10-day intensive reading and writing camp for struggling students. Participants should have a documented difficulty with reading and writing. Project PRWL sets out to build students' confidence and tap into students' strengths to improve reading and writing.

This program was designed using evidence-based approaches to address reading comprehension, reading fluency, and spelling. Comprehension activities focus on creating mental pictures while reading. Reading fluency and spelling activities utilize an Orton-Gillingham approach involving multi-sensory, hands-on learning opportunities to address decoding and phonological skills.

Project PRWL Overview 

Project PRWL was designed as a true summer camp with all of the fun that comes with one, but has added aspect of skilled literacy intervention. For 2 1/2 hours a day, students will participate in both group activities focusing on building reading confidence and individual treatment sessions with one-on-one activities designed specifically to the child's needs. Treatment is led by graduate students in the Department of Communication Disorders and supervised by ASHA certified speech-language pathologists.