What does the current research say about reading?
Research continues to show that reading is heavily dependent on a brain’s ability to process small and quick changes in sound.
So what happens when your child enters the school system with a potential weakness in this area? Schools start building on top of a weak foundation. Letter names, letter sounds, phonics, etc., are layered on top of a poor sound system and potentially weak oral language, and it catches up with us.
Up to 40% of kids fail to learn to read effectively despite quality phonics and reading instruction.
Your child may need an intervention that takes him/her back to the beginning, back to the foundational skills that allow a child to develop literacy with ease. Your child needs something unique, powerful, targeted and just for them that can address their memory, attention, processing and language skills simultaneously. With the right processing and language foundation, success in all areas is possible.
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