Welcome to our Literacy & Dyslexia Center

Reading Reach Literacy Center is located at 2181 El Camino Real, Suite 302, Oceanside, CA. 92054.

Enroll your child in our reading program NOW to begin seeing results.

Our approach is grounded in the science of reading and aligned with the International Dyslexia Association's standards for effective reading instruction. Our intervention program consists of research-based strategies, which makes our program more than tutoring. Assessments inform our instruction and drive progress for striving readers. We help students with dyslexia and those who appear to be behind in reading, and need a more effective instructional approach to reach their literacy goals.

We use the Orton-Gillingham structured literacy approach to teach students to become accurate and confident readers.  Our approach is prescriptive, diagnostic, systematic, multimodal, explicit, and sequential. This approach is the gold standard in teaching reading and spelling.

What makes our approach effective for ALL students include: individualization, multisensory and linguistic components, direct & systematic instruction, and the inclusion of continuous feedback and positive reinforcement. These evidence-based strategies are helpful for all students but essential for individuals with reading/spelling difficulties, including those with dyslexia.

In addition to one-on-one and small-group tutoring services, we offer dyslexia screening and intervention, Educational Therapy Program for dyslexia, and literacy assessments at our Literacy & Dyslexia Center, in Oceanside. 


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What is the Orton-Gillingham approach?

Financial Information:

FSA/HSA: Dyslexia treatment is eligible for reimbursement with a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) from a physician with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA) or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA). Dyslexia treatment reimbursement is not eligible with a limited-purpose flexible spending account (LPFSA) or a dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA).

TAX-DEDUCTIONS: Parents of children with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, may deduct tutoring expenses from their federal income tax for their special needs child, according to the IRS. If the child has a diagnosed learning disability, specialized tutoring is considered a medical expense if recommended by a doctor, and may be deductible if your total medical expenses exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. Please see a tax professional for more information.

Reading Reach Literacy Center

We are dedicated to Helping Every Reader Develop through evidence-based structured literacy instruction.