When concerned parents ask, “How else can I help my kid?”
It often comes back to this: Make sure they can read.

When concerned parents ask,
“How else can I help my kid?”
It often comes back to this:
Make sure they can read.

When a child masters the systems needed to read Hebrew, they will be confident, capable, lifelong learners who eagerly tackle new challenges and don’t dread school anymore.

An upset teenager, asleep with his head on his desk as he can't read.

His confidence in reading and attitude towards it improved so drastically! His accuracy and fluency picked up, and he doesn’t think of himself as a non-reader anymore.

He had difficulty with many of the kriah rules and couldn’t form words correctly. His fluency wasn’t progressing. We tried repeating the skills, but it took too long to show progress and he lost confidence in his abilities. We hit a wall. His attitude toward reading had changed so drastically that we knew we needed professional instruction for him and support for us. Within the first hour, Chani honed in on our son’s particular instructional needs and delivered a thought-out and well-executed curriculum. She was honest with him about expecting a certain quality of work, and she praised him when he did well, which was so rewarding. Besides for overall improvement, his confidence in reading and attitude towards it improved so drastically! His accuracy and fluency picked up, and he doesn’t think of himself as a non-reader anymore.

— Shayna, parent

How can I help?

Kriah Evaluation
(and sessions)

The solution for struggling learners and worried parents.
What to expect:
  1. Evaluation: An hour-long written, in-person assessment (where there’s no pass or fail)
  2. Recap: A 20-minute call with parents (and educators) to assess the evaluation and plan next steps
  3. Sessions: Schedule one-on-one sessions where I’ll give your child the tools to read or receive a curriculum outlining your child’s specific challenges and a roadmap you can implement on your own
Book an evaluation that will pinpoint your child’s specific challenges and give you a roadmap to overcome them.

Educational Guidance

The solution for parents who are overwhelmed by the tough chinuch decisions and need experienced guidance.

What to expect: I will speak with the parents, teachers, and principals to understand your child’s unique experience and give you clarity on what will help them
  • Helping teachers create personalized lesson plans for struggling students
  • Advocating for additional educational resources
  • Transitioning your child into a new school with a new staff team
Book a consultation that will to guide you or your child’s educators through big decisions.

School Trainings

The solution for educators who want to learn the best practices to nurture happy readers.

What to expect: Learn how your school can be the best resource possible for your students
  • Enhanced kriah programs
  • Classroom techniques
  • Remedial-specific reading methods
Book a presentation at your school or train a select group of your educators.

Online Courses

The solution for out-of-town parents (such as shluchim) or educators who want to learn the skills to teach children on their own.

Coming 2021 b’ezras Hashem!

Are you ready to watch proudly as your child’s skills and confidence grow?

She was determined to help our son succeed and had a care, love, and dedication for his success.

We had different people work with our son, but none of their methods helped him read. When we heard about Chani after trying so many options, we were skeptical if she could help. But she was determined to help our son succeed and had a care, love, and dedication for his success. He’s now confident in his ability to read. It’s a relief in all aspects — we can now send him to school and know he will stay on course. Working with Chani was excellent — a professional experience that gave us results.

— Schneur Oirechman, parent

It gave my student the confidence to succeed not only in reading, but across other disciplines as well.

We tried one level of intervention, which wasn’t enough. We reached out to Mrs. Karp but we were concerned — would it actually work? Over time we saw clear evidence of change, and clear success, from her services. It gave my student the confidence to succeed not only in reading, but across other disciplines as well.

— Rabbi Bension, dean