Utilizing evidence-based dyslexia curricula in English and Spanish, Amplio offers interactive, multisensory activities for students, both in-class and online. The platform, together with the interventionist, assesses student responses in reading accuracy, comprehension and other skills. Amplio’s digital platform connects students, educators and administrators with advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and natural language processing to help students with dyslexia maximize their potential.
Amplio incorporates the Esperanza curriculum, developed by Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan for Spanish-language dyslexia instruction, and the Multisensory Teaching Approach (MTA), developed by Margaret Taylor Smith for English-language dyslexia instruction. The entire MTA and Esperanza curricula are fully digitized.
Esperanza is the first Spanish Orton-Gillingham program in the world and has been used in three national studies. Field testing of the MTA curriculum over a four-year trend analysis study showed significant progress in reading and spelling.
“225,741 students in Texas are diagnosed with Dyslexia. Dyslexia is the most commonly diagnosed learning disability, often resulting in difficulty for a student with Dyslexia to succeed without proper instruction. The Amplio dyslexia digital intervention platform harnesses technology to provide access and augment existing, proven methods.”
Dr. Justin Porter
State Director of Special Education
Texas Education Agency