Professional Development

Professional Development

Call the CES office at 516-901-0285 if you are interested in any of the following professional development:

- Recipe for Reading
- Auditory/Visual Processing and strategies
- Executive functioning and strategies
- Specialized Reading strategies
- Specialized Spelling Strategies
- Assessments in Identifying Dyslexia


Our standardized battery of tests can pinpoint if your child has dyslexia, what kind of dyslexia they have and the impact their dyslexia has on their academic profile.

Consultation and
Professional Development

Crossroads presents
Orton-Gillingham based reading programs that develop the underpinnings of reading, spelling, fluency, comprehension and auditory memory for students within a K-12 environment.

Academic Therapy

Crossroads provides intensive,
one-to-one instruction that focuses on developing Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency and vocabulary skills which lead to better comprehension skills.

Scholarship Reading Program

The DyslexiaCrossroadsProgram, Inc. has been established to offer free Reading tutorial services for children whose families qualify as low income status from volunteer tutors.