Founder of LexiAbility

Pamela Taylor

Pamela Taylor has three children with dyslexia, has parents with dyslexia, and has dyslexia herself.  She considers it one of her greatest gifts.

Pamela Taylor is a Masters educated psychological professional with emphasis in assessment. Taylor is also a dyslexia specialist and educational therapist with training in dyslexia assessment and over 15,000 hours in dyslexia remediation. She attended graduate level courses in dyslexia assessment and has had her work reviewed by Susan Barton and area psychologists for referral. Pamela Taylor is also a certified tutor for Barton Reading and Spelling (an Orton‐Gillingham/Structured Literacy system) at the Master’s Level, one of only forty in the world. Her undergraduate degrees are in Psychology and Sociology, her graduate Master’s work is in Educational Psychology, and she is pursuing her doctorate in Educational Psychology. She has completed all graduate coursework required for educational therapy certification at Riverside, San Diego. She has had graduate‐level and doctoral‐level coursework in educational psychology, educational therapy, reading, specific learning disabilities, cognition, neurology, psychological assessment, learning, human development, research, and counseling.

Taylor provides training and consulting in dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, accommodations, and advocacy for area parents, teachers, tutors, educational therapists, school administrators, special education teachers, reading specialist, psychologists, school counselors, pediatricians, and speech language pathologists. In addition to working with teachers and training remediation specialists, Taylor provides in‐service workshops about dyslexia for local schools. She is Past President on the Board of Directors of the KSMO International Dyslexia Association, Executive Board Member of the Structured Literacy Council, founder and facilitator of the Kansas City Dyslexia Support Group, she has worked with hundreds of adults and children in successful learning for more than twenty years. She is a featured speaker on dyslexia identification and intervention for helping professionals and educators.