Over ten years ago, Phil and Lorna Wooldridge took their first deep look at a cemetery, when Lorna used the Free Union Cemetery to teach American History to their son and a group of homeschoolers. It was a handy location, being directly across the street from their home in Warren County, NJ.

Since that time, they have visited and studied many cemeteries across the North East, and have produced four cemetery themed presentations. In 2017 they plan to introduce a family oriented workshop called "G is for Gravestone" as a way of sharing their fascination with the next generation.

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Lorna has a Bachelor of Education degree from Bath College of Higher Education in England, and holds a Certificate of Professional Practice from Roehampton Institute in London: "Teaching Children with Reading and Writing Difficulties/Dyslexia."

Lorna is certified by the Dyslexia Training Institute, and is experienced in implementing the Orton-Gillingham approach to teaching. She has also completed the DTI Dyslexia Advocacy Certification Course and the Orton-Gillingham Online Academy Basic Language Course (Based on Orton-Gillingham Principles.) She is a Level 1 Certified Handwriting Specialist with Handwriting Without Tears and is listed as a tutor through Handwriting Without Tears and the Learning Ally Tutor Network.

Lorna has a unique perspective on this condition as she is dyslexic herself.

Phil has a Masters Degree in Engineering and brings twenty five years of experience as a consultant, team leader and homeschool science teacher. His tutoring for dyslexic students is based on the Barton Reading and Spelling System.

He also uses Structured Word Inquiry with his students to improve their spelling and comprehension. Phil is currently completing Level 1 Certification with Handwriting Without Tears and is enrolled in the January 2016 Professional Executive Functioning (Seeing My Time) Training with Marydee Sklar.