Ten to fifteen percent of the US population has dyslexia, yet only five out of every one hundred dyslexics are recognized and receive assistance.


Providing affordable education and teaching resources is a primary focus for Learnable Linguistics. Scholarships are awarded via the Great Lakes Dyslexia Foundation.


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Learnable Linguistics has developed a K-6 language curriculum for classroom teachers and students. The emphasis is on the child who learns differently and needs a teaching approach that matches his/her learning style. It begins with the first letter and sound of our language and ends with prefixes, suffixes and roots. It contains a structured scope and sequence and instructions as well as examples of every letter or letter combination, every syllable type and every spelling rule. Learnable Linguistics also trains teachers who desire to know how to instruct the dyslexic student using the Orton-Gillingham approach. This approach to learning is appropriate for all children from the gifted to those who learn differently. Everyone wins!

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A Multi-Sensory Technique for Learning the Structure of the English Language

The Orton-Gillingham (O-G) Approach to reading instruction was developed in the early-20th century.  It is the gold standard of holistic written language processing instruction.

It is language-based, multisensory, structured, sequential, cumulative, cognitive, and flexible.  Each one of these aspects of can lead to success.  However, to be a true O-G approach, they need to be combined.  The synergistic effect of this combination is what has made the powerful difference in so many lives.  It works!

The O-G Approach has been in use since the 1930s. An intensive, sequential phonics-based system teaches the basics of word formation before whole meanings. The method accommodates and utilizes the three learning modalities, or pathways, through which people learn—visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Unlike some scripted and rigid reading programs, the Orton-Gillingham Approach is a system that allows for flexibility.