Diagnosing Dyslexia in Young Children

Dyslexia is a disorder that affects the reading and writing skills learned by a person. It’s considered a developmental issue, but it’s hard to diagnose because of the many different things that are affected by it. Dyslexia is a difficult … Continue reading

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Lead to Reading Problems

Pathological reading has neuropsychological, neurobiological, and linguistic characteristics which are causing research to be completed. Models have been created using this information and are being used in conjunction with behavior when it comes to brain injuries and how reading is … Continue reading

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Reading Comprehension and Your Child’s Science Textbook

Reading is one of the most important skills your child must learn for school. Your child learns and communicates through reading and comprehending the written word.  Your child will, more than likely struggle in Math, Social Studies, and Science if … Continue reading

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Reading Comprehension and Your Child's Science Textbook

Reading is one of the most important skills your child must learn for school. Your child learns and communicates through reading and comprehending the written word.  Your child will, more than likely struggle in Math, Social Studies, and Science if … Continue reading

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Reading Comprehension – Get the Picture?

Comprehension Program Language Comprehension Language comprehension is the ability to associate and make sense of both written and oral language. The ability to comprehend language finds its foundation within cognitive skills.  Auditory and Visual Processing, to name a few, are … Continue reading

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4 Strengths Every Child Must Possess to Comprehend Successfully

One of the most common concerns that a parent will present to me is their child's weak comprehension skills.  When we talk together, we cover many areas of concern where each variable plays an important role in impacting their child's … Continue reading

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Orton-Gillingham at Home – Help for Dyslexic Children

Introducing ….. Language Tune-Up Kit at Home™ Help For Dyslexic Children with Instruction in English and Spanish! At Last, You Can Help Your Child to Learn to Read at Home With a Fully Interactive Orton-Gillingham Based Program!  Your Child Will … Continue reading

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Activities – The Build-a-Word Card Game: Better than Go Fish!

    A compound word is a long word that is made up of two smaller words—think “bookcase,” for example, or “playground.” Compound words may look hard at first, but things get easier if kids can spot two smaller words … Continue reading

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