FAQ - 📚What curriculum do you use? Take Flight: A Comprehensive Intervention for Students with DyslexiaRead more about this Orton-Gillingham based curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas.#TakeFlight#DyslexiaAWareness#TheWrittenWord...

Check out the Spring Newsletter!  Click here for Updates, News, Resources, Training and More.    ABOUT US:  Tara J. Chapman and Craig C. Chapman are co-founders of The Written Word Center for Dyslexia and Learning. We’re the only Center for Dyslexia and Learning in DuPage County, Illinois. Our mission is...

We are so proud of Tara Chapman! She has earned the professional credential of Qualified Instructor (QI) from the Academic Language Therapy Association.😃Thank you McKinney Christian Multisensory Teacher Training & Pam Shanahan Bazis for the excellent training and mentorship!#QI #ALTA #TakeFlight #DyslexiaAwareness #TheWrittenWord...

ENTREPRENEUR & INNOVATORS NoticeAbility instructors will guide students to explore the fundamental principles of entrepreneurship through the development of a product idea and business.Enroll your 6th-8th grader in an interactive workshop designed to unlock the dyslexic potential.  A student with a specific learning disability, dyslexia diagnosis,...

😀👍Congratulations Craig Chapman! - Newly Appointed to the Wheaton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors! He offers Branding, Marketing, & Consulting services specifically designed to help small business owners or start-ups. Click to learn more about Craig and his services#WheatonChamber #SmallBusiness #ShopLocal #DigitalMarketing #Branding...

🎄 The Written Word's Holiday Newsletter 🎅 This is the time of the year to take time to be with friends and family!Wow! It's hard to believe the year is coming to a close.  We celebrated the first year of being in our new building. We are grateful for...

November 17th we celebrated our first year as owners of "The Center". We are thankful for the support we received from family, friends and local business partners! 😀📚✏️🙏We are grateful to have crossed paths with Jenny Goudreault. Jenny is a talented watercolor artist specializing in Art...

October is #DyslexiaAwareness Month! This is the month to bring awareness to dyslexia, but more importantly, to celebrate every child's strengths and gifts.  During the month of October, the Center is dedicated to not only helping the children, but supporting parent and educators on the journey to...

It is important to ask questions and stay involved. The following, though not exhaustive, is a list of social networks and organizations that can offer additional information about language therapy, dyslexia, and related learning differences.Check out the Resource eRoom...

After outgrowing its building on Wesley Street in downtown Wheaton, The Written Word Center for Dyslexia and Learning has a new facility on South Naperville Road to help students overcome their challenges.Click here to read more mysuburbalife.com  By ERIC SCHELKOPF...