The Right Dyslexia Treatment for Your Child
The right dyslexia treatment depends on your child’s profile.
Two parents had similar experiences. One Boca Raton mom read the psychologist report and was confused. The report said that her child was a visual or right-brain learner, but the psychologist had recommended 3 different phonics-based programs. The mom had already invested in an Orton-Gillingham (R) tutor, her son read well, but he did not understand what he read.
The second mom was in New Jersey and had the same experience but then googled and found this article on the right dyslexia treatment for your right-brain learner
She also discovered the visual-spatial learner
Both moms called us and there was a real connection. Like half the kids we see:
– Both had well above normal IQs
– Both learned differently
– Both has both an attention and an eye-teaming issue
– Both kids thought there was something wrong with them
How do we live in a world that is so smart and have so many well trained professionals recommend logical, sequential and auditory programs for kids who learn best when the student sees and experiences information.
Here are 7 key points they miss:
– Right-brain learners need to be taught how to understand sight words and they do it best in a hands-on way
– Right-brain learners need to be taught to recognize visual patterns and they do it best with a 3-dimensional approach
– Eye-teaming issues are not the same as dyslexia but the two occur very frequently in the same child
– Parents want to address ADHD or attention challenges naturally, in ever increasing numbers
– Right-brain learners often think there is something wrong with them and boring programs that play to their weakness reinforce that opinion
– Parenting a right-brain learner is far easier when the student is engaged in the process
– Very few people show parents how to be the right coach and advocate for their right-brain learner
At 3D Learner, we are dedicated to helping parents of right-brain learners to be Informed, Empowered and Proactive.
Our first three goals are to:
– Empower you to recognize and enjoy your child’s gifts
– Inform you. Most smart struggling students have a combination of learning differently and eye-teaming, attention or all three challenges
– Be proactive. Most smart struggling right-brain learners will struggle for years — and may go through multiple dyslexia treatments or dyslexia programs, many psychologists, a number of medications and far too many nights where your child and you battle through homework.
There is a far better way.
Mira Halpert, the developer of the 3D Learner Program (R), has written a book for you — ‘Life is a Ball, Do Not Put Me in a Box” – you can download and read in less than 20 minutes — and it is written in Dr. Seuss prose
Mira has put together a Success Assessment that can help you to screen for whether your child is a right-brain learner and whether your child appears to have an attention and/or eye-teaming issue
Then we offer a no cost consult
You can access the book and the assessment at no cost by going to www.3dlearner.com