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About Denver Dyslexia Associates...

Denver Dyslexia Associates, founded by Cara Avallone, is a group of dyslexia specialists bound together by a common desire to help individuals with dyslexia in Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Centennial and Lone Tree. We are committed to practicing the highest standard of excellence in academic language therapy, as established by the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA).

Cara L. Avallone

Cara graduated from the University of Minnesota (1990) after completing her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Science. She has taught first through seventh grades in Minnesota, Connecticut, and Texas. Through this diversity of locale and grade levels, she has discovered a personal passion for developing the skills of the struggling reader. When her family moved to Colorado in 2007, she began to investigate programs that offer training in dyslexia remediation. In the summer of 2009, she began a two-year certification program through The Dyslexia Center@Penrose-St. Francis Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colorado, completing 128 hours of post-graduate studies. Now in the process of becoming certified as an Academic Language Therapist, she will complete an additional 144 hours of post-graduate studies, and a 700 hour internship.

Cara feels fortunate to have an opportunity to work hand-in-hand with parents and other educators to equip children with the specific tools they need to experience success in reading, spelling, and writing. An avid reader herself, Cara would like nothing more than to help others experience the pleasure and satisfaction that comes from the ability to read, both on a functional and recreational level.

Cara's family includes husband, Keith, a son, and twin daughters. She enjoys cooking (especially holiday baking) as well as camping and hiking with her family. Skiing and sledding have been favorite winter activities since moving to Colorado. She will not pass up a good game of cards, and loves taking long road trips to visit places with historical significance or beautiful scenery.