Dyslexia & Reading Difficulties
ASSISTING DYSLEXIC STUDENTS
If you or your child:
- Has difficulty sounding out new words
- Reads slowly
- Struggles to comprehend what you’ve read
- Frequently makes spelling mistakes
- Confuses similar sounds or letters (ex. p, d, b, q)
…these symptoms may point to a reading disorder.
Dyslexia is the umbrella term used to describe learners who experience significant challenges with reading and comprehension.
Studies have shown that most readers with dyslexia have trouble identifying sounds in written language and sounding out words based on spelling.
This is known as phonological dyslexia, which is rooted in a cognitive skill called auditory processing.
Reading difficulties may also be tied to other cognitive skills, like visual processing.
For kids, teens, and adults with reading struggles, we focus on the root cause of these difficulties.
Because of our customized brain training plans, we can tailor our brain training for different types of dyslexia and reading difficulties.
Based on the results of our Cognitive Skills Assessment, we can
- target, and
- strengthen the right cognitive skills for each reader.
Students with reading difficulties can become more confident and successful learners on their own if they improve these skills.
Our outstanding results in children with dyslexia speak for themselves.