2010 Grand Ave Suite 5, Billings, MT 59102, USA


Hi! I'm Angie Randak!

I began my journey into dyslexia tutoring when my son was identified as dyslexic. He was tutored using the Barton Reading and Spelling System, and it changed his life. As I watched my son go through the program, he regained his self-esteem, learned how to read and spell, and achieved the academic success he craved.

After witnessing my own child’s experience, I knew I wanted to help others who struggle with dyslexia. I sought training in dyslexia screening and obtained certification in the Barton Reading and Spelling System. In 2011, I launched Randak Dyslexia Services.

My team of trained tutors and I love to help children at all grade levels (and even adults) overcome dyslexia. We can't wait to meet you!

Randak Dyslexia Services has been helping people learn since 2011. We are based in Billings, Montana, and provide one-on-one tutoring and dyslexia screening locally. We can also provide these services via the internet and have tutored students across the world.


Our team of dedicated tutors


Does your child or someone you know have difficulty with...

Reading? Writing? Spelling? Math?

They may have dyslexia, meaning they process language differently.

And they're not alone. It it estimated that 15-20% of people have dyslexia.

Possible Signs of Dyslexia:

  • Trouble with sight words (the, would, because, etc.)

  • Slow and inaccurate reading

  • Messy handwriting

  • Poor Spelling

  • Letter reversals beyond first-grade ("b" instead of "d")

  • Confuses left and right

  • Frequent ear infections as a young child

  • Difficulty remembering math facts

Dyslexic people's brains process language differently. Traditional methods for learning to read, spell, and do math may not be as effective for them. Orton-Gillingham-based programs like the Barton Reading Spelling System provide an alternative approach designed specifically for the dyslexic students.


Do we conduct dyslexia testing?

Angela Randak has been trained by the international dyslexia authority, Susan Barton, to screen all students kindergarten and older.

The screening determines if a child has the symptoms of not only dyslexia, but also of dysgraphia – a condition that frequently occurs with dyslexia causing difficulty with the physical act of writing. Finally, we give a brief assessment for Irlen Syndrome, a light sensitivity condition often coexisting with dyslexia. Screening results and suggested school accommodations are put together in a written report.


Level 1 Screening

comprehensive screening

  • 1 hour development interview with parents
  • Detailed review of all previous records & reports
  • 2 hour child skill screening
  • List of school accommodations
  • List of resources and assistive technologies
  • 1 hour report review meeting
  • 12-15 page report which includes a review of school grades, prior testing, and an in-depth analysis of all ten assessments given to the student

**most popular**

Level 2 Screening

in-depth screening

  • 1 hour development interview with parents
  • Detailed review of all previous records & reports
  • 2 hour child skills screening
  • List of school accommodations
  • List of resources and assistive technologies
  • 1 hour report review meeting
  • 7-8 page written summary report

Level 3 Screening

basic screening

  • 1 hour development interview with parents
  • Receive $50 credit if you choose to upgrade screening level


How we can help!

We provide one-on-one tutoring for both children and adults at our office. In the Billings area, we tutor in students' schools when permission is granted. Remote tutoring is also available, allowing us to tutor anyone across the globe.


Using the Barton Reading and Spelling System, an Orton-Gillingham-based program (the only type of program recommended by the International Dyslexia Association), we teach dyslexic students to read and spell in a way that makes sense to them and allows them to succeed. Owner Angela Randak is certified in the system and trains her tutors to use it.


*Reading and Spelling tutoring consists of 45-minute sessions offered either

twice or three times a week.*


Students with dyslexia often struggle with math as well. We provide multi-sensory, dyslexic-friendly, one-on-one tutoring and homework help for our math students.

The instructional sequence used for math tutoring

*Math tutoring is offered as either a 60-minute session once per week

or two 45-minute sessions per week. *


Handwriting Lessons

Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing and often accompanies dyslexia.

Improve letter legibility, letter spacing, spelling, fine motor coordination, and writing speed

Award-winning, multi-sensory handwriting program "Handwriting without Tears"

30-minute sessions twice a week

Typing Lessons

Typing is an essential skill, especially for individuals with dysgraphia. It can give students a leg-up in school, allowing them to become more efficient notetakers, writers, and more.

Orton-Gillingham-based program

Customized word lists

30-minute sessions twice a week

before or after tutoring sessions





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