Welcome to The Reading Center

Towards Literacy for All

What we do-

  • Test: people of all ages to identify learning disabilities
  • Tutor: individuals with specially trained therapists
  • Train: educators to use the Orton-Gillingham approach
  • Talk: to communities to raise awareness about dyslexia
  • Teach:  study skills sessions for middle and high school students
  • Tend: an extensive lending library with specialized materials
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Class Registrations

Writing Skills Class For grades 6-8th   Next Class offered Fall, 2016  Register here

Study Skills and Reading Comprehension Class For grades 7-12th   Next Class offered Winter, 2017

Reading Club For students 4-6 years with parent/significant adult        Sign up here for Reading Club Fall, 2016  session

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Orton Gillingham Training

The Reading Center provides the Gold Standard of Orton-Gillingham Training.  Trainees come to us from all over the world for our high quality, intensive training.  Click here to see where in the world our trainees came from for Summer Institute

Learn about our training programs

65+ years strong

   Effective, Appropriate Help for Struggling Readers

The Reading Center is providing expert instruction for struggling readers!   Paula Rome and Jean Osman founded the Reading Center in 1951 in Rochester,MN. Click here to learn more    See videos and photos about The Reading Center

Support the Mission

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     Learn how The Reading Center helps families!

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October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia Dash   Have fun and help support the Reading Center while participating in our annual walk/ run.  Appropriate for the whole family.  Register here.

Simulation: Walk in the Shoes of a Dyslexic Person  Learn about dyslexia by experiencing some of the feelings that persons with dyslexia live with  each and every day.   Free and open to the public.  Appropriate for adults and mature teens.   Registration is required. Space is limited.  Register here.  

Panel Discussion:  Hear and learn from people that  live with dyslexia.  Questions and sharing are encouraged. Free and open to the public.   Appropriate for adults and mature teens.  Registration requested to assure enough seating.    Register here.

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Learn about how to become a Reading Center tutor

Make a difference in a child's life + Enrichment to your own life. 

We need more tutors to help more students!

Find out more about how you could become a Reading Center tutor by calling us at 507-288-5271.   Link to job description here.

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Contact Information

The Reading Center | 847 5th Street N.W. | Rochester, MN 55901 | 507-288-5271 | read@thereadingcenter.org

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