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Professional Development

The Write Turn® provides teachers and tutors with the knowledge and materials they need to help students navigate through the writing process and become more proficient writers.  read more

Welcome to The Write Turn

Speech-Language Services

Speech-language pathologist Cindy Sherman provides evaluation and consultation services for students with communication disorders and language-based learning disabilities that affect reading, spelling, and writing.  read more

At The Write Turn we specialize in serving students who struggle with written language.  We also provide services and support for students with communication disorders, expressive and receptive language delays, and language-based learning disabilities that affect reading and spelling.

Written Language
An overwhelming majority of students are writing at or below a basic level. Writer's Workshops tend to only benefit average- and high-achieving students. Written language is a difficult skill to teach because it is the most complex form of communication.  At The Write Turn we use evidence-based approaches that guide students through the writing process and significantly improve the quality of their writing. (For more information, go to "About TWT" and "Summer Writing Program.")

Expressive and Receptive Language
When a child has trouble understanding others (receptive language), or sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings (expressive language), he or she has a language delay or disorder.  Speech-language pathologists play a critical role in evaluating students and providing the necessary services and support for families and children with language impairments.

Reading and Spelling
Language-based learning disabilities affect reading, spelling and/or writing.  This has nothing to do with being smart.  Most individuals diagnosed with a learning disability have average to superior intelligence.  At The Write Turn, we provide a proper diagnosis, early intervention, and collaborate with teachers to focus on areas of reading and writing where a student has weaknesses.

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