For students with dyslexia success is the only option
Students with dyslexia are often much smarter than their reading comprehension or test scores would indicate. After spending a small fortune, many parents become really frustrated.
We would suggest asking 5 questions
1- Is your child’s present reading comprehension and/or standardized test scores well below your child’s potential?
2- Does your child remember details from places visited, even from years ago?
3- Does your child learn best when your child sees and experiences information?
4- Does your child have difficulty paying attention to that which is boring?
5- Does your child skip words and lines when reading?
If the answers are yes to most or all of these questions then:
– Understand that your child can probably dramatically improve their reading comprehension, test scores and self-esteem with the right help
– Your child is probably a visual-spatial learner who learns best when he or she sees and experiences information
– The attention and/or eye teaming issues are quite common — you want to make sure your child’s issues are identified and addressed
– You want to look for a visual-spatial program that plays to your child’s strengths and engages your child
– You want to work with professionals who have a track record of succeeding with students like your child
– You want to start by confirming how your child learns best and which issues are holding your child back
– Success is the only option and you can make the difference
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