At Breakthroughs In Learning we define learning disabilities as simply ‘the lack of learning abilities’. We focus on exercising and developing the brain skills directly affecting learning difficulties and learning disabilities. We offer one-on-one therapy, working through an Individualized Brain Development Program designed specifically for each client. www.breakthroughsinlearning.com
Easyread is an online guided phonetic reading course for kids with dyslexia, auditory processing disorder and highly visual learning styles. Easyread targets the root causes of reading and spelling difficulty through 15-minute daily lessons full of games and stories. Learners are taught how to engage with the phonetic sounds within a word rather than guessing or sight-reading. Easyread is fully supported with coaching for parent and child, and comes with an unconditional refund guarantee. To see if your child matches one of the 7 Main Causes of Difficulty, visit www.easyreadsystem.com
GeerLINKS Educational Therapy provides a variety of therapies for children ages 5-18 who learn differently. We can provide an academic, visual, auditory screening and consultation as well as specific therapies to support the underlying cognitive and perceptual weaknesses that often get in the way of learning. Educational Therapy is not tutoring, but instead helps strengthen weak areas of the brain so that learning can take place more easily. We believe that our interventions can help re-wire the brain! We look forward to working with you to choose the program that will provide the best support for your son/daughter. Our services can be offered in-clinic, at-home or online.
Liberty Evergreen Education Consulting
Middle and high school students, including Homeschoolers, Unschoolers, Private and Public school students welcome
Phone: 506 878 8508 (US and Canada)
Your child can not read? We can help! Dynaread offers science-based Learn-to-Read remediation specifically designed for Older Struggling Readers (age 7+).
Our free online dyslexia test offers a quick yet scientifically responsible screening of your child. Each assessment is carefully reviewed. You will receive a detailed personal report from one of our reading specialists. Our dyslexia program offers an 18 month online curriculum, implementing features and reading strategies grounded in the latest scientific understanding. Our users − school teachers, concerned parents, and homeschoolers − express great satisfaction through user reviews.
Gabriella Volpe is a homeschooling mom of a child with special needs, a certified teacher and the homeschool consultant for families of children with special needs. She knows first-hand what it means to struggle with educational planning for a child who does not fit the system and is limited by resources and products intended for children without disabilities. She helps parents find ways to adapt and modify the curriculum so they don’t have to spend hours figuring it out on their own. She also helps after-schooling families of children with special needs navigate their way around the homework hours. You can find her at www.GabriellaVolpe.com
“NILD Educational Therapy uses research proven neurodevelopmental and cognitive techniques to train the brain and help struggling learners. We aim to build a firm foundation by strengthening neurological pathways which results in competent, confident students who are equipped to improve their academic performance and learn independently.
NILD Canada trains educators to empower those identified with learning difficulties. We offer professional training courses for educators, informative workshops for parents and in-service seminars at schools and conferences.”
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