Neuhaus Education Center

Rating: 4.94 stars   71 reviews


Location: 4433 Bissonnet Bellaire TX 77401 USA

Mission: Mission Neuhaus Education Center is dedicated to promoting reading success. Neuhaus provides evidence-based professional development to educators, information and resources to families, and direct services to adult learners. Vision Neuhaus will be the premier source for solutions, support, and successful reading instruction.
Results: Since 1980, we have helped 70,000 teachers, who have then reached over 1,700,000 students; we have taught 2,500 adult learners, and have helped over 15,000 families receive support.
Target demographics: promote reading success
Direct beneficiaries per year: over 1500 families and adult learners and over 7000 educators.
Geographic areas served: Houston, Texas and USA
Programs: evidence-based professional development to educators, resources and support to families, and direct support to adult learners.
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I will never forget the worry and tears that were shed early on in my son's school career. Sometimes we would both cry after a night of homework, and he was only in the first grade. I kept asking the teachers,"Why can't my son read?" I never received an answer I was satisfied with. They told me not to worry, boys develop later and that he would be fine. He was finally diagnosed in third grade, and started seeing the school Reading Specialist. She saw him for 30 minutes twice a week. I could see slight improvements in his reading, but not significant enough gains. At this point I knew, I had to be is advocate and learn everything I could about dyslexia, and I did! I attended a Neuhaus Parent Night, that evening changed our lives forever. I enrolled in Basic Language Skills and decided I wanted to become a Dyslexia Specialist. I worked as an accountant before I became a stay-at-home mom, and I knew when the time came to re-enter the work force, I could no longer crunch numbers during the day. I had a new calling, to become a Dyslexia Specialist, and help children learn how to read. Today, I am a Reading Specialist at a wonderful private school and love my students and my job. My son changed my life, he is a true blessing, we no longer look at dyslexia as a negative in his life. We see it as a positive and he has many gifts to give to the world. I thank him and Neuhaus for giving him the gift of reading and for giving me a new passion in life the gives meaning to my everyday.

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