Bridget Tait is the owner of Language to Literacy. She has been providing in-person and virtual multi-sensory reading interventions and academic tutoring since 2017. Bridget Tait is a certified educator who helps K-12 students realize their goals of mastering the literacy skills needed to attain academic success, meaningful employment and a purposeful driven life.
Bridget is a graduate of the Community College of Philadelphia’s prestigious Power Up Your Business Program. She is one of one-hundred forty small business owners in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to have completed the program since its inception in 2017.
Bridget is a Certified Reading Specialist, Wilson Reading System and Orton-Gillingham Instructor with over 20 years of teaching experience. Additionally, she is a certified Master Trainer in Orton-Gillingham for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania through Orton-Gillingham International. Bridget offers customized programs to help build the skills needed to achieve reading competency.
Brian Tait has been involved in social services and education for the last twenty years as a public interest paralegal with the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Pro Bono Program, Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent, a Recreation Leader for Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and in his current position as a School District of Philadelphia Autistic Support Teacher. In his present role he has worked at all secondary grade levels utilizing the life skills curriculum to teach, Functional Academics, Domestic & Personal Maintenance, Math, Literacy, Vocational and Transition skills. He is the former head of the district’s Riverview Vocational Project where he oversaw an off-site vocational training program at the City of Philadelphia’s Assisted Living Facility.
Mr. Tait holds an A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies from The Community College of Philadelphia (With High Honor), a B.A. in Political Science from Arcadia University (Cum laude) and a M.S. in Educational Leadership from Neumann University. He is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society for two year colleges, the Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society and the Arcadia University William Benner Farran Excellence in Pre-Law Studies Award Winner.