Learning Disabilities & Dyslexia Testing often miss the Visual Learner
Is Your Child a Visual Learner?
- Does your child remember places visited, even from years ago?
- Does your child learn best when he or she sees and experiences information?
- Is your child a lot smarter than present results would indicate?
If this describes your child, there is a good chance your child is a right-brain or visual learner — who learns best when he or she sees and experiences information.
We offer a no cost Success Assessment that screens for a visual learner and related conditions. We recommend doing this with your child. Click here to access the Success Assessment and then call us for a complimentary Stress to Success Strategy Session at 561-361-7495
3 Key Risks For the Visual Learner
1- Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia Testing focus on the diagnosis and do not identify the visual learner who would benefit from a visual hands-on approach. What is even more challenging is that many students with learning disabilities and dyslexia are not identified early and even more are never identified
2- Students with learning disabilities and dyslexia can spend years in special education programs, Dyslexia Treatments and/or with tutors that do not effectively address the reading comprehension and related challenges. Even more frustrating is that students are often 3, 4 or 5 years below grade level in reading comprehension, reading speed is often an issue, and the students avoid reading.
3- Students are too often labeled as label or unmotivated, when they have the potential to do far better with an engaging and effective program that teaches to his or her strengths.
Click here to access the Success Assessment, you will get immediate feedback and you can call us at 561-361-7495 for a complimentary Stress to Success Strategy session
3D Learner Teaches The Way The Visual Learner Learns Best
Dyslexia treatments tend to focus on the sound symbol relationship. Learning Disabilities Programs also tend to teach in a logical, sequential and auditory way. For the visual learner, who learns best when he or she sees and experiences information, a visual approach that leverages their ability to learn best when they create their own images for what they learns, can often lead to significant gains in months not years. Breaking the word table into ta ble does not add meaning for the visual learner. They benefit from an image
Helping Your Child Who May Be a Visual Learner
We recommend taking our Success Assessment with your child, getting the immediate feedback and then calling us at 561-361-7495