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WELCOME TO CLLC

“We are fortunate to have the Colorado Literacy and Learning Center here in Colorado. They have the highest level of professionals working with children. They are very knowledgeable and experienced in the evaluation and treatment of children with dyslexia. My patients have definitely benefited from access to the expertise and experience of the dedicated personnel at The Colorado Literacy and Learning Center.”

               - Lawrence C. Wang, M.D.

                      Pediatric Neurologist

NEWS

CLLC director, Dr. Lynne Fitzhugh, appointed to NJCLD. Read the full article here

Why join the Academic Language Therapy Association? Click here

ALLIES becomes first Colorado public school to address dyslexia. See video.

CLLC LISCP graduates received scholarship from Colorado Council for Learning Disabilities. Read the full article here

CLLC President Dr. Lynne Fitzhugh awarded Professional of the Year by the Colorado Council of Learning Disabilities. Click here to read more!

Dyslexia 

Dyslexia is the most common reason a bright child struggles with reading, writing, and sometimes math. 

Evaluations

“95% of children at risk for reading failure will not struggle academically if we can reach them before third grade.”

- National Institutes of Health

Parents

 Knowing your child’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as how he or she learns, is critical in creating the most effective educational plan to see your child reach his or her potential.

Teachers

By empowering our students with the dignity that comes with learning to read, we are increasing their ability to be productive and self-sufficient members of our community.

Colorado Literacy and Learning Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2001 to provide services to children and adults with dyslexia and related learning disabilities while serving as a center for professional development. The importance of literacy, long recognized by educators and community leaders, is laden with related issues, such as quality of life. Learning to read is critical to a child’s success – both in school and beyond.

Greenwood Village

(720) 577-5151

Colorado Springs

(719) 227-0026(720) 577-5151