About Us


Who We Are

FACT: 85% of Kids in Special Ed Eligible Under Specific Learning Disabilities Have Dyslexia

Our focus is on dyslexia intervention and parent awareness by mentoring and training interns, parents, teachers, and tutors. We also partner in the community and hold creative events for students.

Dr. Cintron has four earned degrees with a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration. Her Doctoral research involved pairing music with a specialized reading program called Reading from Scratch, which she offers training for private, out of school intervention.

Dr. Cintron is a published author and has spoken on Freedom Fighters Hope Recovery Center Internet Radio. She has also spoken about her book with Promise Christian University and is aired in 147 countries. Dr. Marianne Cintron is a board member of the International Dyslexia Association Tri-County Branch and is a Teacher Trainer, Intervention Specialist for Orton-Gillingham Reading programs.


We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization.


What We Do

FACT: 1 in 5 students has dyslexia

We train high school and college interns, parents, aides, tutors, and teachers to work with elementary school-aged children who are diagnosed with dyslexia or are struggling readers.

We conduct parent, tutor, and teacher training to those interested in the Reading from Scratch program.

We are also partnering with ThinkLexic to hold informative and creative events for the communities. The dyslexic students will learn how to do computer coding at these events, ranging from building land rovers, to robots, to creating computer games. We also provide parent advocacy and dyslexia diagnosis. 

In the event debriefing, Dr. Marianne Cintron shares how to recognize dyslexia symptoms and how to help within the school setting or in a private setting.

We Are Unique

FACT: Dyslexia is a Special Ed Issue and A General Ed Issue

No other program has a founder who trains teachers in an Orton Gillingham program called SPIRE, who also conducts her own training to homeschool parents and tutors in her own program called Step By Step reading. As a board member for the International Dyslexia Association, Dr. Cintron schedules many of their events in the Tri-County Branch, and partners with Thinklexic to schedule Family Coding Events. Check out the Events link to see what exciting things are happening.

We are passionate to help close the achievement gap for our dyslexic children, which happens to be 1 in 5 students. Please check out our blog.