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Literacy Clinic


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If you are a parent, caregiver, teacher, or friend and know a learner who could benefit from a service that applies one-on-one diagnostic and intervention approaches to assist reading comprehension, then you are in the right place.

For more than 30 years, the WKU K-12 Literacy Clinic has offered literacy support to the Warren County community and surrounding areas.  The primary goal of the clinic is to provide clinical diagnostic services and intervention for striving readers.  Graduate students in the MAE Literacy degree program and the School Psychology EDS degree program serve as clinicians who gain hands on experience working in a clinical setting under the supervision of graduate faculty.

Do you know an individual who could use a READING boost?
Key Indicators:

  • Developmental Delays
  • Major Illnesses or Injuries
  • School Retention
  • Not working at Grade Level

What are the Benefits?

  • Personal, individualized instruction
  • Comprehensive diagnostic evaluations
  • Real-life reading applications
  • Foster enjoyment of reading


"Our son was a student who was unsure of himself academically. His participation in the Literacy Program at Western Kentucky University has resulted in his now reading with both confidence and determination." - parent of a 2nd grade student


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 Last Modified 9/11/18