What We Do

At The Reading Village, we believe that students and professionals should be able to achieve their goals. That’s why we offer early intervention Orton Gillingham reading tutoring, as well as individual or group instruction for professional development.

We’re here to help readers and educators reach their potential with care and enthusiasm!


Love Learning Again

We are born curious creatures so wouldn’t it be great to have your child’s curiosity ignited once again?

When your child begins working with The Reading Village, informal diagnostic assessments are used to tell how a student performs with specific skills. The results show the student’s strengths and what skills need to be learned. Assessments are used to plan instruction, track progress, and to determine the student’s response to the intervention.

If your child is not making sufficient progress through their current schooling/intervention, trust your instincts and get them the help they need now. Early intervention can make a huge difference down the road. Contact The Reading Village to set up a meeting, or a call, and see how we can work together to be our children’s cheerleaders.


Retrain The Brain

We may not be able to control every factor that impacts our students’ success, but we can control our instruction.

Individual or Group Instruction

Students’ brain activation patterns can change when a reading impairment is addressed with intensive and well-designed instruction. With effective remediation, the brain responds. Learn how to use and implement an Orton-Gillingham based reading program for tutorial sessions or whole class instruction.

We work with what you need. The Reading Village presents on a variety of topics and is happy to bring the workshop to your school. The trainings are designed to inspire your team and have you feeling confident in your ability to implement what you have just learned to the classroom. The more you know, the better equipped you are to guide a struggling reader. Learn something new and then pass it along!


“Thank you! Thank you for ALL that you are doing to ensure we get the most out of our training. From now on when someone says “someone has gone above and beyond” ­ I will always think of you! Your passion, energy, and knowledge seep through your pores. I am excited about our journey and the wonderful things to come!”

-Aileen P.
Dean of Faculty

“Stacey is an amazing presenter. She keeps a good pace, keeps participants involved, gauges interest and comprehension, and allows for flexibility based on the needs of her audience. Not to mention she is exceptionally knowledgeable.”

-Tiffany M.
Speech and Language Pathologist

“What I appreciated the most was the passion that Stacey brought to the training. It made everything she taught more meaningful along with the background research to support everything. She also personalized the training for our needs and levels.”

– Rosita D.

“This course was exceptional! I feel confident as a teacher to share my knowledge with my students. I appreciate Stacey’s knowledge on this topic, her enthusiasm, and her excellent teaching style. This is the best course I have truly ever taken.”

– Sharon M.
Kindergarten Teacher of 28 years

“This workshop was an eye opener! I was never taught how to teach reading and spelling in college or over my years of professional development classes. Stacey broke down each skill in such an organized and knowledgeable way to us.”

– Katy F.
1st Grade Teacher

My fabulous 7.5-year-old daughter has had quite an educational journey.
In Kindergarten, I knew something was wrong when I saw that she could identify letters and produce sounds but could not blend sounds into words. We decided to do extensive neuropsychological testing.  At 6 years and 3 months old, our daughter was diagnosed as gifted and dyslexic, with an auditory processing issue.
In hindsight, our daughter was mildly depressed and her self-esteem was dwindling. We began private tutoring with an Orton-Gillingham tutor twice weekly and spent the summer doing a Lindamood Bell program 4 hours per day. Sutton’s reading started to improve until we had to return to school.

We later moved her to a smaller school in the middle of 1st grade and started with another tutor 4 days a week. However, my daughter made little progress in her reading, and her self-esteem continued to suffer.

At this point in her journey, my daughter did not want to try to read at all and complained about tutoring.

We began psychodynamic therapy, speech therapy, OT, and retested her. She was additionally diagnosed with ADHD, the inattentive type. She now takes medication or what she calls “concentration medication”; and, that has been incredibly helpful.
At the beginning of 2nd grade, we were introduced to Stacey Roselli and her team at The Reading Village.  We now see Stacey and her team four days a week, and now happily skips in and out of sessions with all of her team members! She asked if we could do a fifth day!

Now, she is excited to read. She also says she is smart and she notes how well she is reading!

My magnificent daughter has a big, beautiful, unique brain and now she knows it! We have always told her this, but now she truly sees it! I have no doubt that Stacey and her team have changed the course of my daughter’s educational journey!

– Morgan F

I am so happy and proud of my son’s progress. This last month, he has turned a corner and HE can notice how all of his hard work is paying off. He recently told me how much he LOVES his time virtual tutoring with all of you all and looks forward to it. He told his counselor that he no longer feels “different” in class. His teacher told me this week that he’s made “remarkable progress.” 

I cannot thank you all enough for being so instrumental in his progress and success. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!!!!

-Nicole M

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