The Reading Lab
A Division of Walston Speech Language & Reading Clinic, Inc.
Optimising learning through neuroscience...with reading at the heart of everything we do!
Who We Are & How We're Different Levels of Training Offered Is My Child a Candidate? Getting Started Is Easy
Who We Are
The Reading Lab, a division of Walston Speech Language & Reading
Clinic, Inc., is a specialized reading clinic that utilizes proven training
techniques and the latest brain research and neuroscience-designe software
to accelerate and optimize reading and learning performance - preparing
students for a lifetime of academic success. Our clinic also provides a range of educational resources, including lab tables, to support students' learning journey.

What We Do
1. Create Confident, Lifelong Readers
Especially during this pandemic, students who have fallen behind in reading
experience lower self-esteem and often lose the desire to learn. Our programs empower children to overcome their reading or learning difficulties, building self-confidence toward learning to read and reading to learn.

2. Provide Personalized, Adaptive Learning
Our training programs meet students at their skill levels and
deliver personalized instruction to address the diverse needs of struggling
Since 2005, The Reading Lab specializes in cognitive and reading skill training for all
types of learners.
Students that are appropriate for this training include any of the
Dyslexia and other reading difficulties
Auditory processing disorders
Language difficulties/delays
Attention Deficit Disorder
Executive functioning issues
High functioning autism
English language development
General academic weaknesses
And gifted/talented who need to train their brains to work at top efficiency

Training options offered by The Reading Lab during this pandemic:
At home on your own computer or iPad, while monitored remotely by us;
Or on site at The Reading Lab 1-3 hours a week individually for person-to-person
help if the client requires it.
Why You Should Consider Enrolling Your Child
Reading is the most important skill a person has to learn. It lays the foundation for all other academic
skills and a lack of competency in reading greatly inhibits success in life. Neuroscientists tell us that reading
is one of the most difficult skills we learn in a lifetime.
Cognitive Training is the first level of intervention
to prepare a student's brain for a lifetime of academic success.
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Founder/Executive Director,
Lila Macaluso
frequent presenter at
national professional