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Landgraf Center for Reading in Brentwood holds grand opening and ribbon cutting


From Left to Right:  Bill Quaglia, Patty Bearden, Bill Landgraf, Meg Crabtree, Ann Landgraf, Jill Burgin, Cindi Parmenter, Jessica McRoy



Landgraf Center for Reading, 5214 Maryland Way, Suite 305 Brentwood, held a grand opening and ribbon cutting July 25 with supporters in attendance.

The reading center offers services to children who are struggling in reading. A team of instructional learning specialists will teach children using methods based on the scientific understanding of the reading process. The center serves students in Brentwood, Nashville, Franklin, Cool Springs, and the surrounding Middle Tennessee areas.

“Absolutely everyone can learn to read and deserves to do so, but for some, the process is not an easy one,” Ann Landgraf, owner, said.

“Some individuals need specific instruction and extensive amounts of time and practice to acquire the skill of reading, more than is often available during the school day.”

“Children who struggle often face the challenge emotionally, because it is such a difficult, but necessary task. Students like coming to Landgraf Center for Reading, because we help them to be successful through every step of the process, which increases their confidence. We would also like to help educate the community about how key early intervention is.”

For more information, visit www.landgrafcenterforreading.com.

Posted on: 7/26/2013

 
 

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