WHY IS MY CHILD STRUGGLING WITH READING?
Understanding written instructions, learning new information, and studying independently are just a few of the things that are more difficult for a child that struggles with reading and comprehension.
The underlying reasons for most reading and comprehension struggles, including Dyslexia, may stem from specific cognitive weaknesses - those brain functions responsible for how well we read, pay attention, learn and remember.
DOES YOUR CHILD:
Struggle to comprehend what was read?
Frequently make spelling mistakes?
Have difficulty sounding out new words?
Confuse similar sounds or letters (p, d, b, q for instance)
Struggle to remember what was read?
Struggle to explain what was read in his/her own words?
Weak at letter sound discrimination (pin, pen)?
The first step to finding a solution, is pinpointing which weak cognitive skills are responsible for your child's struggles. We therefore start with a Brain Skills Assessment.
DID YOU KNOW?
The good news is that the brain skills for reading and comprehension can be strengthened.
Our outstanding results in children with reading & comprehension struggles speak for themselves, helping your child leave behind reading struggles for good.
Take the first step today to find out the root cause of your child’s reading struggles and understand their unique cognitive profile.
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