​Multisensory Structured Language Programs 

Widely Used in the United States.

Created and published first in 1935, the Orton-Gillingham multisensory approach is flexible enough to serve a wide range of ages and learning differences. 

O-G method stresses multisensory instruction because so many people have a problem with visual and auditory memory in language learning.

The expertise of the teacher is key.

A multisensory approach can be valuable to many, to the dyslexic it is often essential.

While early remediation is recommended to prevent failure and the ensuing painful experiences, successful results have followed tutoring at any age.


The following programs will be described in detail.  (this will be added very soon)
Orton-Gillingham Approach
Alphabetic Phonics
Association Method
Lexia-Herman Method

Project Read
Sonday System
Sounds in Syllables
Spalding Method
Starting Over
Wilson Reading