Dyslexia Clinic Opens In Central Ohio

Columbus, OH (PressExposure) April 12, 2008 -- Dyslexia Institutes of America (DIA), an organization dedicated to the diagnosis and remediation of Dyslexia in people of all ages, announces the opening of their newest location serving the metropolitan Columbus Area. The Clinic, located at 676 Brook Hollow, Suite 101 in Gahanna is managed by local entrepreneur Joel A. Greff and Dr. Linda Condron, Director. Dr. Condron says, "Dyslexia Institutes of America delivers an individualized, therapeutic approach not provided by public schools, learning centers, or tutoring programs." Condron has extensive experience in primary and secondary education.

The decision to open the clinic was made by Mr. Greff in conjunction with DIA founder Dr. Elaine Jett. “We are blessed to have Marburn Academy in town, but as the parent of a child that learns things differently, I thought our city needed an alternative to a full-time specialized day school. Dr. Jett created a proven therapy program that assists those individuals with truly identifying dyslexia and putting together a prescription therapy program to remediate it!” says organization president, Joel A. Greff.

Dr. Condron and Mr. Greff received more than 100 hours of diagnostic and therapy training in Champaign, IL. “We are confident that Columbus families will see a way to first cope and then conquer the frustrations of dyslexia with our help.” added Greff.

Dyslexia Institutes of America can be reached at (614) 340-5592 or on the web at http://www.diaohio.org.

About Dyslexia Institutes of America

Joel A. Greff
Dyslexia Institutes of America
676 Brook Hollow, Suite 101
Gahanna, OH 43230
614.340.5592 main
614.448.3344 fax

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Press Release Submitted On: February 27, 2008 at 2:01 pm
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