Lori Westlake


Full NameLori Westlake
Address21 Elizabeth Street North
Brampton, Ontario L6X 1S1
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Phone Number(416) 418-0646
Websiteskyhighlearning.ca
Professional Title
  • Reading/literacy specialist (including tutor)
  • Other
Other Professional TitleProfessionally Certified Educational Therapist
Educational diplomas/degrees
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Masters Degree
Structured Literacy Training
Organization Training Program/Course name Year taken Classroom/Online # hours coursework # hours practicum
National Institute for Learning Development NILD levels 1-3 2014 Classroom&Online 100 240
Professional Certifications
  • International Dyslexia Association/Center for Effective Reading Instruction (IDA/CERI))
  • Educational Therapist
Specify IDA/CERI certificationStructured Literacy/Dyslexia Specialist (fka Certified Dyslexia Therapist (CDT))
Specify AOGPE certification
Specify IMSLEC Certification
Specify ALTA certification
Specify Wilson certification
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Professional Services Offered
Instructional services (areas of instruction/intervention/remediation)
  • Reading
  • Spelling
  • Handwriting
  • Written expression
  • Reading comprehension
  • Math
Instructional approaches/programs used
  • Structured Literacy/Orton-Gillingham approach
  • Specific structured literacy program (eg. Wilson, Barton etc).
Structured literacy programNILD
Other instructional approaches/programs
Other professional services
  • Other assessments (eg. standardized and/or informal)
Other services
Populations/age groups served
  • Preschool
  • Elementary school age
  • High school age
Locations
  • Private clinic/office
Languages
  • English
In what other language(s) do you offer your services?
Other information

Lori is a Professionally Certified Educational Therapist at Sky High Learning in Brampton, Ontario. Our aim is to help struggling learners reach success through individualized programmes tailored the the individuals deficits and strengths. NILD's structured literacy programme is an excellent way to intervene reading and writing challenges, especially as NILD stimulates deficit areas to reach perception and cognition.

Entry DateApril 2, 2019