“Neuhaus Education Center proudly supports the Key School Academic Language Therapy (KSALT) Training & Preparation Program as they build an IMSLEC Accredited Training Center. This support includes a joined alliance of programming, curriculum, and infrastructure development. KSALT is committed to developing a strong, sustainable accredited program with the potential to impact and serve families and educators within Tarrant County.”
–Neuhaus Education Center
Key School Academic Language Therapy (KSALT) Training & Preparation Program utilizes the Orton-Gillingham based Basic Language Skills (BLS) curriculum developed at Neuhaus Education Center in Houston, Texas. BLS is a systematic, sequential, intensive comprehensive literacy curriculum for use by teachers and specialists working with students identified with special needs in learning to read and spell. The curriculum is particularly effective with students with dyslexia and related disorders. Basic Language Skills meets the standards set by the Texas Education Agency outlined in The Dyslexia Handbook, International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council and the International Dyslexia Association.
Basic Language Skills is an in-depth, college-level class comprised of lecture, demonstration, and practicum. There is daily homework and preparation. All class requirements must be completed successfully for a participant to receive a certificate of completion. In an effort to ensure that success, the KSALT Director will conduct personal interviews with all candidates. Please contact the Director of KSALT to set up the interview at 817-446-3738 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.