Failure Free Reading
Contact InformationFailure Free Reading
Contact: Marshall Ward, Educational Consultant
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 888-233-7323 xHeadquarters
Alternate Phone: 980-248-3316 xCell
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P.O. Box 386 Concord, NC 28026
Area Served: Out of State
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Failure Free Reading is the Leader in language-based interventions, with highly structured language development programs designed to dramatically accelerate the vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency for readers of all levels -- non-readers included. Failure Free Reading utilizes age appropriate content to accelerate the reading comprehension levels of students with reading levels between 1st grade to 12th grade. Failure Free Reading helps those students who are 'Stuck at Skills' and who are Phailing with Fonics. Those students have tried multiple phonics interventions and who have experienced nonexistant to marginal success.
Failure Free Reading is a research based and scientifically validated blended learning methodology that uses teacher led instruction, computer reinforcement activities/testing and individual or small group pencil and paper reinforcement activities. Failure Free Reading was founded in 1988 by Dr Joseph Lockavitch.
Failure Free Reading's methodology has 9 national and international published studies and is favorably listed in the National Center on Intensive Intervention, The National Dropout Prevention Center/Network and the What Works Clearinghouse.
Failure Free Reading is used nationally by parents and educators for students who are in special education, with intellectual disabiliites, learning, autism, deaf/HH, ELL/ESL, At-Risk and RTI Tiers II & III.
Failure Free Reading's online software for students, teachers and tutors is compatible with Mac, PC, iPads, Chromebooks, tablets and smartphones.
Failure Free Reading is a SBA certified Small Businesss and Hubzone entity.
Please visit our website for more information. www.failruefreeonline.com
- Adult Education
- After School Programs
- Schools - Day
- Self-Advocacy - Life Skills
- Attention Deficit Disorder/Hyper Activity Disorder
- Autism Spectrum
- Behavior Disorder
- Developmental Disability
- Hard of Hearing
- Intellectual Disabilities
- Language Impairment
- Learning Disabilities
- Multiple Disability
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Other See Narrative
- Rare disorders/low incidence
- 5 - 8
- 9 - 13
- 14 - 18
- 19 - 22
- 23 – 59
- 60 +
- Able to serve clients in their wheelchair
- Services at Home
- Services at School
- Fees: Personal Funds
- Licensed By: MA