What is really happening when a student exhibits below average intellectual functioning?
How many future doors need to be closed, when the answer may simply be a different approach?
How long does a diagnosis made in preschool remain valid?
The Developmentally Delayed Student may be in a position to live a richer and more rewarding life than most educators think.
Because they learn differently, developmentally delayed students typically find themselves in learning environments where potential for growth is limited.
If your child has a developmental delay, he or she is far more likely to have visual tracking or attention challenges than the neuro-typical student.
We help you by providing an assessment that screens for a learning difference attention, visual processing or related challenges.
Then we offer options that capitalize on your child’s strengths and challenges and help your child be all he or she can be.
Year after year, parents have told us our system helps their children experience less frustration. We’ve been told that self-esteem issues, hyperactivity and excitability often decrease.
Our system works because we capitalize on how a student learns best when we identify and address the relevant attention and visual processing challenges that may be impacting your child.
When a developmentally delayed student gets the right training and the right support breakthroughs can take place.
3 Things You Can Do To Help Your Child
- To better understand how your child learns, and how you can capitalize on those strengths, DOWNLOAD Mira’s short, uplifting book “Life is a Ball, Don’t Put Me in a Box.”
- Take our free Online Success Assessment. It will help you see if your child learns differently.
- After taking the assessment, give us a call and ask us your questions. We’ll help you better understand what your child is dealing with, and what you can do to make a positive difference. You will also have the opportunity to join our weekly conference call.
“She Harnessed Excellence To Overcome Autism”
“All autistics think in pictures,” says Temple Grandin, the engineer and PhD in animal husbandry who was diagnosed with autism when she was a child. As an adult, she was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome.
“Words are like a second language to me. I translate both spoken and written words into full color movies, complete with sound.”[/notice]
Take the Free 3D Learner Success Assessment and in just a few minutes you’ll have helpful, new information about your child!