IS YOUR CHILD STRUGGLING IN SCHOOL?
DOES HOMEWORK FEEL LIKE A NIGHTLY BATTLE?
IS READING FRUSTRATING?
ARE YOUR LITERACY CHALLENGES IMPACTING YOUR EMPLOYMENT?
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart." - William Wordsworth
When children find learning to read and write more difficult than their peers, parents often struggle to find solutions. They strive to understand the problem, unlock learning and protect their child's self-esteem.
Speech-Language Pathologists are trained to support individuals with dyslexia and related language-learning disabilities.
At WordsWorth, our mission is to bring the most current and successful evidenced-based approaches to the children who need it the most, so they may achieve their maximum potential with confidence.
Our objective is to partner with parents and educators to support your child’s success.
WordsWorth provides comprehensive assessments designed to inform an accurate diagnosis, develop focused interventions, and identify appropriate accommodations and modifications.
Contact us for more information, to schedule a 30-minute free consultation, or to schedule your child's evaluation.
Lesley Pech, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS
Lesley was drawn to the field of Speech-Language Pathology after years of trying to support her daughter's struggles with dyslexia. She graduated with a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Fascinated by the fusion of neuroscience and language, Lesley worked to provide rehabilitation to individuals with cognitive-linguistic challenges following traumatic brain injury, before transitioning to serving children and adolescents with language learning disabilities including dyslexia. Executive functions are another area of interest, and are particularly vulnerable in individuals with attention difficulties. Lesley enjoys teaching strategies to support these students with the organizational, and self-monitoring demands required for school success. Lesley spends her free time skiing and waterskiing with her family.