To support educators,
families, and students
Professional Development for Educators
Intervention Tutoring for Students
Scholarships and Grants
Founder and Executive Director
Doctor of Education (EdD) – Leading Language and Literacy
Permanent Certified Reading Clinician
C-TESL, Spec. Ed. Cert.
Registered with Ontario Branch International Dyslexia Association
Certified Structured Literacy/Dyslexia Specialist (IDA) (CERI/KPS)
*Certified Teacher in Manitoba, Ontario, & British Columbia
Professional development for Educators & Schools
Training and certification
We offer a variety of professional development opportunities focused upon building strong literacy and numeracy skills for all students.
Specializing in evidence-based practice and effective methodologies especially suitable for students with language-based difficulties.
Particularly relevant for teachers, specialists, clinicians, tutors, parents and other professionals to successfully teach students with even the most severe learning disabilities as well as ALL learners more effectively.
Intervention Tutoring for
Students & Families
Our tutors work collaboratively with Dr. Valdine Björnson, EdD (FIT/AOGPE, & Certified Reading Clinician) for all of our RLCM students.
Our tutoring team focuses upon diagnostic and prescriptive lessons which encourage confidence and engagement alongside skill development.
Scholarships & Grants
The Reading and Learning Clinic of Manitoba is excited to offer Grant Awards and Scholarships for teachers, parents, and students.
Become an Instructor
Free OGA CE course & practicum as RLCM tutor
Hear what our students have to say
“I completed my Orton-Gillingham coursework and practicum for the Classroom Educator and Associate levels with Valdine’s guidance and support. What an enriching and life-changing experience! Valdine was always available to answer questions, and she provided excellent feedback regarding my Orton-Gillingham video lessons. I am a much more knowledgeable and effective teacher thanks to the Reading and Learning Clinic of Manitoba.”