Christ Episcopal Church 107 S Washington St, Rockville, MD20850 Christ Episcopal Church is one of the oldest parishes in North America. Its ministries include worship, pastoral care,…More fellowship, youth ministry and outreach programs. The church also houses the Christ Episcopal School with preschool, elementary and middle school classes. The parish's history dates back to 1739 when it was formed with a clapboard and log chapel as Prince George's Parish. In 1808 a brick building was constructed, and in 1822 the church moved to its current Rockville location. Christ Episcopal Church is located a block from the Montgomery County court house and executive buildings, and is within walking distance from the red line Metro station.
Atlantic Seaboard Dyslexia Education Center instructs children and adults with a structured multi-sensory curriculum.…More The research-based curriculum uses multi-sensory techniques in language skills such as decoding, fluency, spelling, writing, vocabulary and comprehension as educational tools. This includes mathematics and study skills as part of a certificate program.
This approach is accredited by the International Multi-sensory Structured Languages education Council.
Also, the center trains teachers and academic therapists in research-based, multi-sensory techniques to improve reading, study skills, and mathematics performance. Other services include helping parents with referrals, conducting phone consultations and workshops.
The center was founded by Claire Nissenbaum, M.A., C.A.T, after 35 years of working in the language-based learning field. During this time, she taught classes and teachers alike. She is an International Multi-sensory Structured Language Association board member. She is also a member of the Professional Advisory Committee of the 32° and an Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators fellow.
The center is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 2000. Offices and classes are at Christ Episcopal School in downtown Rockville.