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    Programs that provide diagnostic testing and/or individual or group instruction for people who are having reading difficulties. Instruction focuses on phonics, dictionary skills, vocabulary development, spelling and study skills, comprehension and memory skills.

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    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) Program - Our Lady of Victory ElementaryThis program is a partnership between Public/Private Ventures and local congregations to provide secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level. There are various YET Centers throughout the city. All Centers are led by a certified teacher and have a structured curriculum geared towards improving the child's reading skills. Free Program.Philadelphia@ Our Lady of Victory ElementaryArchdiocese of Philadelphia
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) Program - St. Gabriel SchoolThis program is a partnership between Public/Private Ventures and local congregations to provide secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level. There are various YET Centers throughout the city. All Centers are led by a certified teacher and have a structured curriculum geared towards improving the child's reading skills. Free Program.Philadelphia@ St. Gabriel SchoolArchdiocese of Philadelphia
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) Program - St. Malachy Elementary SchoolThis program is a partnership between Public/Private Ventures and local congregations to provide secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level. There are various YET Centers throughout the city. All Centers are led by a certified teacher and have a structured curriculum geared towards improving the child's reading skills. Free Program.Philadelphia@ St. Malachy Elementary SchoolArchdiocese of Philadelphia
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) Program - St. Thomas Aquinas ElementaryThis program is a partnership between Public/Private Ventures and local congregations to provide secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level. There are various YET Centers throughout the city. All Centers are led by a certified teacher and have a structured curriculum geared towards improving the child's reading skills. Free Program.Philadelphia@ St. Thomas Aquinas ElementaryArchdiocese of Philadelphia
    Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) Program - Visitation BVM ElementaryThis program is a partnership between Public/Private Ventures and local congregations to provide secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level. There are various YET Centers throughout the city. All Centers are led by a certified teacher and have a structured curriculum geared towards improving the child's reading skills. Free Program.Philadelphia@ Visitation BVM ElementaryArchdiocese of Philadelphia
    Calvin Presbyterian Church - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) ProgramThis program is a partnership between Public/Private Ventures and local congregations to provide secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level.PhiladelphiaCalvin Presbyterian Church - Phialdelphia; West PhiladelphiaCalvin Presbyterian Church
    Duquesne University - Reading ClinicAssessment, instruction in reading, writing and tutoring. Remedial reading provided. Saturdays in the fall and spring. Two weekdays in the summer. Located at the School of Education, Duquesne University. Pre-enrollment is required through school district. This provider is willing to implement an IEP developed in another program. Fees required before the beginning of class.AlleghenyDuquesne University - Reading ClinicDuquesne University
    Greater Exodus Baptist Church - Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) ProgramProvides secular literacy instruction (primarily after school) to children who are reading one to three years below grade level.PhiladelphiaGreater Exodus Baptist Church - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaGreater Exodus Baptist Church
    Green Woods Charter SchoolThe purpose of the special education department at Green Woods Charter School is to provide Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) to students with disabilities. At Green Woods, we want to ensure that students with disabilities find success in a regular education setting. A student may receive additional services if the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team determines that related services are required for that student to make adequate academic progress in the general curriculum. These services include but are not limited to speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, remedial reading, and counseling. PhiladelphiaGreen Woods Charter School - Philadelphia; RoxboroughGreen Woods Charter School
    Pals For Life - Read to Pet PalsPals For Life brings appropriate therapy animals to schools and libraries for its literacy program. Children of any reading level are invited to read to animals, and get some snuggling from the animals while they're at it. This program provides the following benefits: --A non-judgemental audience for the children to practice their reading skills. Many children struggle from a lack of confidence and feel pressure when they read aloud. But reading to an adorable dog changes all that. The animals don’t judge their reading ability and the children’s confidence soars. --Provides an enjoyable experience that the children will associate with reading. Spending time with the animals and petting them provides fun and excitement for them, and they often forget to be worried about reading aloud because they are having so much fun with the animals. Reading becomes a fun and positive activity. --Makes children want to practice reading at home to their own pets.DelawarePals For Life - Delaware; WaynePals For Life
    Perry County Literacy Council- Provide all Adult Education Services. Offers adult assessment and instruction through teachers, one to one tutors and computer instruction. Provide basic literacy instruction in all subject areas. - Provide GED instruction and testing registration for Perry County. - Provide Distance Learning through GED and Worldwide Interactive Network, Inc. (WIN) online instruction. - Offer Work Certified classes and WorkKeys Assessments in Perry County. - Provide basic literacy, GED and ESL instruction at Perry County Prison. - Perry County site for UWCR Money in Your Pocket campaign, providing 2013 free income tax preparation for low to moderate-income families starting in February 2013. Referral agency and single point of contact for the following Perry County support services: HACC WIA Case Management, TechBridge Youth Program, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR).PerryPerry County Literacy CouncilPerry County Literacy Council
    Willow Grove Literacy Council - Reading with Learning DisabilitiesLearn to Read Free! For both American-born and Immigrant Adult Students - The Willow Grove Literacy Council tutors both American-born and immigrant adults one-on-one and depends strictly on volunteers. It gives the adults free books and assigns tutors who help them to speak, read, and write English. Volunteers help students to reach their goals, which may include obtaining their GED, U.S. Citizenship, or learning life skills. There is no budget for this nonprofit group as all services and supplies are contributed. The Council receives no State Literacy funds but administers the organization free. Students come from the surrounding suburbs as well as from Philadelphia. Many local churches offer free tutoring space.MontgomeryWillow Grove Literacy Council - Montgomery; Willow GroveUpper Moreland Free Public Library

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