How to Beat Dyslexia and Build Independence with a Tailored, Engaging and Effective Approach
” I found you by Googling “How to Beat Dyslexia“, said a mom” and you helped my daughter to improve her reading comprehension 4 grade levels while doubling her reading speed. What I never expected was that you could also build her independence”. Her daughter’s homework time had decreased from 2.5 hours per day to just over an hour. Mom’s time was decreased from 2.5 hours to 15 minutes — where all she was doing was checking her daughter’s work.
When we first addressed how to beat dyslexia for our own daughter — we discovered it was far more engaging and effective to tap into her ability to learn best when she saw and experienced information.
When we started to address the “How to Beat Dyslexia” question for other students — we realized that virtually all of them had some combination of attention, visual processing and/or anxiety challenges.
The good news is that when one improves attention, visual processing and self-esteem — a student learns far more in school and homework and projects become far easier.
For a student with dyslexia, once a student improves his or her ability to visualize what they read and learn, and they improve their attention, visual processing and self-esteem, they often become more independent with less anxiety.
Three ways on How to Beat Dyslexia and Improve Independence
1- Call us at 561-361-7495 – a 10 minute conversation can change your child’s life
2- Take our Success Assessment with your child — it screens for a learning difference and attention and visual processing issues
3- Call and if there is a need, we can schedule a Focus Assessment — where we assess a student’s reading comprehension, attention and visual processing — using the Interactive Metronome (R) to assess attention and a Visagraph (R) to assess eye-teaming. Click on the Focus Assessment to see both of them in action