Reading Remediation Resources for Helping Your Struggling Reader 

Is your homeschool student struggling with reading? Do you feel like you are tapped-out when it comes to finding reading resources that work with your child? Don’t panic. This guide will help you find a successful way to teach reading to your student.

Extra Resources Shared by Dr. Marion Blank

Language Via Literacy

An article excerpt from a past issue of The Autism Perspective on how literacy can be used to open the  door for language for children with autism spectrum disorders.



It’s Time We Had a Talk–About Talk

An article on how to teach literacy to children on the Autism spectrum.


Language of Children with Autism: The Two Worlds Underlying Verbal Communication

An article covering social interaction, language, verbal communication, discourse, hyperlexia, and autism spectrum disorders



Featured Articles

Featured Podcasts & Full Length Videos

Supporting Your Child with a Language-Based Learning Disability

An interview with Daniel Franklin, Ph.D., BCET, author of Helping Your Child with Language-Based Learning Disabilities and founder and president of Los Angeles-based Franklin Educational Services, Inc.

Ways Parents Can Help a Struggling Reader

An interview with Barbara Steinberg, M.Ed., Founder & Owner of PDX Reading Specialist, LLC.

Teaching Reading Comprehension for Academic Success

An interview with Dr. Marion Blank, a world-renowned literacy and language expert who developed and served as Co-Director of the Columbia University Developmental Neuropsychiatry Program for Autism and Related Disorders.

How Direct Instruction Helps Parents Teach Struggling Readers

An interview with Michael Maloney, Founder of The Maloney Method which uniquely incorporates four educational strategies into one all-encompassing system (behavioral objectives, behavioral management, direct instruction, and precision teaching).

Sign up for our newsletter today

Support SPED Homeschool