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Our approach to alleviating learning struggles
Our dyslexia curriculum gives every child the opportunity to learn to be academically successful regardless of learning style or academic challenges. Our philosophy is one day at a time, one letter at a time, one sound at a time, and one child at a time. We make every child responsible, independent, and an advocate for their learning success using the latest scientific research-based programs in reading, writing, handwriting, spelling, study skills and math.
- Highly qualified therapy professionals
- Evidence-based methods
- Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT)
- Orton-Gillingham based language therapy
Make a difference in your child’s life
Telephone: (512) 387-6365
Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm CST
Dyslexia Therapy vs. Dyslexia Tutoring
When researching online dyslexia curriculum options, an understanding of how the services differ will help you find the best fit for your family.
Outcome is the closest measure of success for any investment of time and money and language intervention is no exception. Does it matter if your child does dyslexia therapy vs. dyslexia tutoring? The answer is YES! Tutoring and therapy often have a similar pricing structure, but therapy is a long-term solution.
Learn what Dyslexia Therapy can do for your child
The Dyslexia On Demand Mission
We are passionate about changing the lives and self-concept of children who struggle with reading so they can develop a stronger confidence in themselves and their interest in reading.
Dyslexia On Demand’s mission is to make dyslexia tutoring and dyslexia therapy accessible to students despite geographical limitations or shortages of qualified interventionists.
Megan Pinchback is the owner and founder of Dyslexia On Demand, which provides online, virtual, multisensory academic language therapy to students from Pre-K to adult.
- Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT) with more than 12 years experience.
- Licensed dyslexia therapist.
- National Board Member of the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA).
- Member of the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA).
- Board member of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA).
- Veteran reading specialist
- Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration, Louisiana State University.
- Wife and mother of five children ages 5 to 23.
Video Testimonials of Parents
August's mom shares how Dyslexia on Demand is helping her dyslexic son.
Chris shares how Dyslexia on Demand has helped his daughter, Olivia, improve her reading and her confidence.
Ella shares how Dyslexia on Demand has improved her reading and helped her confidence in school
Dyslexia Tutoring Calendar
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See Us in Action
Take a firsthand look at exactly what one of our virtual, comprehensive, hourly student sessions includes. This demonstrates a typical “A” Day including Alphabetic Principle, Multisensory, Reading Concept Instruction, Repeated Automatic Practice, Phonemic Awareness, and Explicit, Systematic Spelling Instruction.
A Virtual Environment
We Are Data Driven
Dyslexia On Demand believes strongly that reading should be a quantitative experience, utilizing frequent data collection and feedback in order to structure our individualized, one-on-one therapy sessions. Parents can expect frequent contact and progress reporting and data.
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What Parents Are Saying
“Tuck has formed such a special bond with his Dyslexia on Demand therapist – she sent him a gift for doing so well… he loves her to pieces.”
“Raine’s confidence has soared since she started with Kim. She actually does like to read aloud now! Raine has expressed to me that she feels so much more confident with her reading. I am so proud of Raine’s improvement with her reading and I know that is due to Kim’s incredible patience, knowledge, and creativity to make this work for Raine. She has truly met the student! But even beyond Raine’s academic achievements, what means the most to us as Raine’s parents is that for the first time in a long time Raine feels good about herself. She feels like she can tackle reading challenges and she actually WANTS to tackle those challenges. It means the world to us that Kim as her teacher/therapist has given her the gift of believing in herself! Thank you ladies for all that you do! Ms. Kim, you are the best!”
“We are having a wonderful experience with Jessica and the whole program. Emily actually looks forward to her class! She has asked me to take her to the bookstore twice which she has never done before, so I see this as a positive sign. She is reading more and becoming more self-confident. Again, I can’t say enough good things about Jessica and how much I appreciate the work you all are doing with Emily.”
Get In Touch
Is your child in need of dyslexia tutoring to alleviate learning struggles? Let us educate you on the difference between tutoring and therapy.
Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm CST
If you are a certified academic language therapist in search of a work schedule that fits around your busy life, consider teaming up with dyslexia on demand.