Joy Multisensory Learning provides individualised literacy support services for children. We specialise in evidence based multi-sensory approaches, to teach reading, writing and spelling skills. Get in touch today to discuss how our teacher can assist your child.
Multi-sensory learning happens when children are taught through multiple senses; visual, auditory and kinesthetic. This gives the brain multiple ways to make connections to the lesson content.
Instruction is suitable for children with varying abilities, including those with learning difficulties such as Dyslexia. Lessons are individually tailored to your child's needs and always structured, direct and cumulative.
Rachel has a Bachelor of Education (0-5 years) and has undertaken training in the Multi-sensory Structured Language and Literacy (IMSLE) approach. She has also been trained in The Orton Gillingham method by Ron Yoshimoto and in The Sonday System, an Orton Gillingham-based program. Rachel is registered with The Australian Dyslexia Association as an AMADA and the Australian Tutoring Association.
LITERACY SUPPORT SERVICES
Multisensory Literacy Instruction
One-on-one lessons are held in our rooms in Boronia and Frankston in Victoria. During school holidays small group lessons are also offered. Places are limited.
We have been successfully running online lessons for over two and a half years. All that is required to participate in online lessons is a device with a camera and a microphone. A stable internet connection will also ensure sessions run smoothly. This means sessions can be delivered to your child at home, wherever you live.
Most schools are accommodating and happy to provide a space to work with your child. This works well for children who are responsive to the learning environment at school. It also reduces time away from the classroom and travel time. Availability for at-school lessons is very limited.
"Rachel is an amazing tutor. The progress my son has made with her help in only a few months has just been phenomenal! Highly recommend Rachel for any parent whose kids need that extra help."