Dii offers 1:1 Orton-Gillingham tutoring for students ages 6 to adult. The first step to getting started at Dii is to schedule a 1-hour consultation with one of our dyslexia specialists.
Now Enrolling! 2018-19 School Year Tutoring
Tutoring is scheduled by semester. Students complete 30, 1-hour sessions each semester and meet with the same instructor throughout the school year. Dii offers tutoring at our office, as well as at select libraries and in schools throughout the Indianapolis area on a case by case basis.
Pricing: $2,200 per semester; need-based scholarships are available.
Interested in applying for a need-based scholarship? Click here.
Questions? We're happy to help! Contact Deniese Hofmeister at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-222-6635.
Meet the Staff at Dii
Bill Herman, CEO
Orton-Gillingham School Implementation
Bill is a former school teacher, administrator and principal. As a principal, he saw the power of Orton-Gillingham in the classroom. "The kindergarteners and first graders who had Orton-Gillingham instruction in the classroom were blowing expectations out of the water. It is a truly powerful tool in the classroom."
Bill also enjoys traveling and serving as the Board President of the Noblesville Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Lynn Leonard, Director of Programs
Orton-Gillingham Trainer and Instructor, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced
Multisensory Math Trainer and Instructor
Written Expression Trainer and Instructor
Lynn loves Orton-Gillingham. "The best part about working one-on-one with a student is watching Orton-Gillingham unlock their potential. I get to see light bulbs go off in my students every day. It's truly remarkable."
When she isn't working at Dii, Lynn enjoys bike riding, paddle boarding and spending time at the lake.
Deniese Hofmeister, Associate Director of Operations
Orton-Gillingham Instructor, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced
Multisensory Math Instructor
Written Expression Instructor
When Deniese isn't working with a student, she keeps Dii running. Outside of her passion for Orton-Gillingham and helping dyslexic students learn to read, she is a music enthusiast and enjoys spending time with her family.