There is Hope

We Can Help

The center is available to serve the following diagnoses and many more who go undiagnosed but experience learning difficulties:

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Audio-processing disorder
  • Dysgraphia
  • Visual-processing disorder
  • Attention Deficit Disorder.

Focus Areas

The content is diagnostic and prescriptive, thus varies upon the individual student, but the underlying goal is to address language and math skills in the following areas:

  • phonemic awareness and word attack skills
  • spelling (encoding)
  • vocabulary
  • reading comprehension
  • reading fluency
  • grammar/syntax
  • expository writing (composition)
  • handwriting and/or keyboarding
  • math calculation and/or math reasoning

Parent Information

Summer at the Center for Multisensory Learning

Thank you for a wonderful summer! Check back soon for our 2019 summer update! This summer, The Center for Multisensory Learning at Wheeling Country Day School is excited to offer a variety of programming for students from Junior Kindergarten - Eighth Grade. These programs will focus on multisensory math and reading, with special emphasis on systematic instruction [...]

Does My Child Have A Learning Issue?

If you’re feeling lost or overwhelmed with the thought that your child may have learning or attention issues, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, one in five children in the United States deals with these issues. The good news is, with the right support systems and learning environments in place they can and will flourish […]

What You Need To Know About Dyslexia

The International Dyslexia Association has provided families with an invaluable resource for understanding Dyslexia on a physiological level as well as a personal one. This free to download handbook offers clinical definitions and descriptions of the disorder and useful information on how to grow and flourish as a learner with Dyslexia. Further, this handbook presents easy to […]

My Child Seems To Struggle With Executive Functions

In this special article from the Child Mind Institute, learning specialists from around the country discuss just what ‘Executive Functions’ are and how these organizational skills affect more than just the messy bedroom, especially within the mind of a child with learning or attention issues. They impart tried and true strategies for improving organizational behaviors as well as […]

Screenings & Assessments

When identifying specific learning difficulties in children, teachers at Wheeling Country Day School strive to help parents choose the right evaluation that will meet your child’s educational needs.  Mentors at The Center for Multisensory Learning provide multiple screenings and informal assessments that drive the instruction in the classroom and individualize the specific intervention practices in our after-school mentoring program. For further learning and attention needs, we strategically help parents choose the right clinical evaluator. We help you determine the best option to provide thorough, quality assessments, decipher the results, and support your child’s learning from provided educational recommendations and accommodations. A free consult is available for the options that are available for your area of concern.

Leadership & Staff at the CML

We have a diverse team of educational professionals dedicated to the success of each and every one of our students. Our Team, comprised of our Founders, Head of School, CML Director, and CML Mentors works with a collective mindset to become a driving force in our ever changing education. The mentors of the Center for Multisensory Learning  have completed accredited coursework and practicum experiences in the multisensory structured language teaching in Reading and/or Mathematics. Each mentor specializes in individualized instruction using simultaneous multisensory teaching strategies that meet the needs of students with language-based differences.

For more information on how The Center for Multisensory Learning can help your child, email our director, Theresa Kowcheck, at

“The provided remediation by The Center for Multisensory Learning at WCDS is helping students overcome their weaknesses and harness their strengths by giving them the strategies to appreciate their unique talents.”