As a leading pediatric orthopedic center, TSRHC has treated more than 245,000 children since its inception, with more than 40,000 clinic visits each year. The hospital takes a multidisciplinary approach to care, tailoring treatment to the individual needs of each child and family.

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TSRHC is proud of the healing, hope and happiness we have shared with thousands of patients and their families. At TSRHC, every staff member is dedicated to creating a positive hospital experience for our patients – so that they can create their own experiences out in the world.

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Within a unique caring environment, patients at TSRHC benefit from a world-renowned medical staff and the promise of a brighter future, through the research and innovation driven by the hospitals five centers of excellence. TSRHC is consistently recognized as one of the premiere pediatric orthopaedic hospitals in the world.

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Take Flight Therapist Retraining

Take Flight: A Comprehensive Intervention for Students with Dyslexia
Designed for CALTs

   Day 5: August 11, 2017
   Day 4: September 22, 2017 

This curriculum contains the five key components of effective reading instruction supported by the National Reading Panel. Training consists of an initial three day workshop with two additional one-day follow up sessions scheduled at a later date.

Day 5
Registration Form
Day 4
Registration Form

This curriculum is designed for use by Academic Language Therapists for small group instruction of students with dyslexia (7 years and older). Take Flight retraining is only available to individuals who have gone through a two year academic Language Therapy program especially designed for students with dyslexia. If you do not meet the above requirements refer to the Therapist Training section.

For additional information, please contact the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia at 214-559-7800 or e-mail at