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Dyslexia On Demand

Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT)

Dyslexia On Demand’s dyslexia therapy program uses Certified Academic Language Therapists.

  • Qualified to implement therapeutic grade, Orton-Gillingham-based, dyslexia intervention Take Flight program.
  • Provide diagnostic, explicit, systematic Multisensory Structured Language.
  • Builds a high degree of accuracy, knowledge, and independence for students with written language disorders, including dyslexia.

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Take Flight Therapy

Take Flight dyslexia therapy:

  • Comprehensive Intervention for Students with Dyslexia
  • Two-year curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC).
  • Builds on the success of the three previous dyslexia therapy programs developed by the staff of TSRHC: Alphabetic Phonics, the Dyslexia Training Program, and TSRH Literacy Program.
  • Designed for use by Certified Academic Language Therapists for children with dyslexia ages seven and older.
  • Developed to enable students with dyslexia to achieve and maintain better word recognition, reading fluency, and reading comprehension, and aid in the transition from a therapy setting to “real world” learning.
  1. Dyslexia on Demand only offers dyslexia therapy. Dyslexia on Demand exclusively offers one-on-one or group therapy opportunities for students with a Certified Academic Language Therpist (CALT) four times a week.
  2. This therapist will personally guide your child through a multisensory program of explicit, systematic instruction for both reading and spelling. The Orton-Gillingham dyslexia therapy program the therapist will lead you through is called Take Flight.
  3. Dyslexia on Demand exclusively provides the highest level of trained dyslexia professionals, Certified Academic Language Therapists. Students will work solely with ONE therapist unless an unforeseen circumstance arises.

Certified Academic Language Therapists

Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT) are:

Clinically Diagnostic and Prescriptive

Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT) review comprehensive evaluation reports and academic samples, then administer academic skills assessments for baseline documentation. Student performance informs diagnostic and prescriptive intervention to create a high level of accuracy, fluency, and understanding for independence in written language skills.

Results Driven

Certified Academic Language Therapists enable explicit understanding and application of the structure of the English language (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and orthography), to create the foundation for age-appropriate oral and written language. This includes reading accuracy, fluency and comprehension, spelling, and written expression.


Certified Academic Language Therapists provide expert, skilled one-to-one or small-group intervention, with high frequency over a sustained period of time, which links explicit understanding, repeated practice and performance to develop accurate and fluent reading with comprehension.

Skilled In Multisensory Structured Language

Certified Academic Language Therapists integrate visual, auditory, and motor processing with an explicit understanding of the structure of the English language, which provides a solid foundation in written language skills.

Take Flight Therapy

Take Flight contains the five components of effective reading instruction supported by the National Reading Panel research meta-analysis and mandated by the No Child Left Behind Act.


Vocabulary is expanded and enriched by developing morphological knowledge, word relationships, figurative language, syntax, and semantics by direct instruction and in the context of reading.

Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic Awareness in Take Flight includes a systematic exploration of the articulation of phonemes and is fully integrated within decoding and spelling instruction. All phoneme-grapheme correspondence rules are introduced over a shorter time than previous TSRHC programs. This allows time for practice toward accurate and automatic application of phonic skills and for more guided reading practice with controlled and regular text.


Fluency instruction incorporates guided and timed repeated reading of decodable words, phrases, and connected text. Incentives, concrete measures of progress, and daily home practice are also important elements of fluency training.

Reading Comprehension

A combination of techniques is used for instruction in reading comprehension, including comprehension monitoring, question generation, story structure, summarizing and inferencing. Students also learn how to utilize graphic and semantic organizers when reading narrative and expository texts.

Years of Cumulative Dyslexia Therapy Experience
Number of Students Helped By Our Therapists
Percentage of U.S. Population Affected by Dyslexia
States with 10 or Fewer CALTS Registered

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Is your child in need of dyslexia tutoring to alleviate learning struggles? Let us educate you on the difference between tutoring and therapy.


(512) 387-6365

Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm CST

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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.

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