A general term for disorders that involve difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols, but that do not affect general intelligence.
Since 1985, the James Phillips Williams Memorial Foundation has been working to help struggling students be successful in schools throughout the Concho Valley and West Texas. The Foundation provides training for teachers in Multisensory Programs for both reading and math, education for parents and administrators to all work for the good of the student.
The overall goal of the foundation is to give students with learning differences tools to be successful in life. Will you please help us? Any level of giving will help to continue the mission of the James Phillips Williams Memorial Foundation, thus, helping more families learn about dyslexia and other learning differences.
Here is how your contribution will help:
$90,000 – needed funds to meet the goal for a new building at 409 W. Washington Drive
$60,000 – new driveway and parking lot
$10,000 – scholarship for 120 students who enroll in the summer program
$6,000 – training and materials for one teacher enrolled in the dyslexia training
$3,000 – training and materials for year 1 of the dyslexia training
$1,000 – two months of tutoring for one student 4 days per week with supplies
$750 – one student dyslexia testing
$500 – one teacher with Multisensory Math Training
$250 – two weeks of dyslexia therapy 4 days per week plus supplies for one student
$100 – one student with all seven books of the training program
$50 – 2 one-hour sessions of therapy for one student
Any amount would be greatly appreciated, especially this year as we all move forward to the future and recover from the Pandemic.
JPW Learning Center Chair
JPW Learning Center is accredited by The International Multi-Structured English Language Education Council (IMSLEC).