Literacy & Written Language Disorders

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Literacy & Written Language with eLuma

Children that have speech (phonological) problems and disorders often experience latent issues that manifest in the development of their literacy & written language skills. Literacy & written language skills are imperative to a child’s academic, social and emotional development.
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How does eLuma help students with literacy & written language?

eLuma Online Speech Therapy provides struggling students with the opportunity to receive full support and intervention for literacy & written language (including phonological awareness, basic language mastery, along with reading and writing) to ensure their ongoing success.
Specifically, the eLuma therapists will provide assistance in helping identify at-risk children, assessing needs and providing intervention which will focus on:
  • Developing the student’s phonological awareness.
  • Practicing with literacy activities and guides.
  • Improving reading comprehension and fluency.
  • Strengthening their written narratives and persuasive writing.
  • Advancing their knowledge base.

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If you’re like a lot of folks, you might still be a bit unfamiliar with online school psychology / mental health services (aka teletherapy, telepractice,telemental health, telehealth, etc.) and all of its many benefits. We invite you to check out our Why Online Therapy page to learn more about how effective, affordable and popular it really is.

If you want to learn more about how eLuma can specifically help YOUR program, we provide a free needs analysis to help you identify how you can improve your ability to deliver a broader range of high-quality online therapy services while simultaneously reducing your costs by several thousand (or more).

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