The specific reasons are as varied as there are children. All of us have strengths and weaknesses. Some children have difficulty paying attention, while others may have difficulty associating a sound with a symbol; that is, the awareness of or ability to remember what sound a letter makes.
In other cases, there may be an underlying language issue. Deficits in auditory processing, phonological processing or even a subtle receptive language disorder can also interfere with the ability to learn to read, write and spell. And eventually, difficulties with reading, writing and spelling affect your child's ability to learn and to achieve academic success.
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In a nutshell, our methodology and our attitude.
Our Digital tool for our Reading Intervention is called ISPIRE, please see our video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNSgG-gLjFI&t=70s)
If you listened to the video you'll see an application called ISPIRE®. The application itself, and its underlying techniques, are far from what one may normally envision as "reading software." It is by no means "programmed learning," which steps the user through a series of activities designed to teach specific skills.
Instead, it's a broad-based, sweeping, technologically advanced, multi sensory, assistive technology means for the teaching of reading and all language arts, suitable as the primary means for classroom teaching, individual use, and tutoring, both for learners with no difficulties, and learners with impairments, even significant impairments.
The Reading House explains what Dysgraphia in this short Video.
A learning disability is an area of weakness or inefficiency in brain function that significantly hinders our ability to learn. It is a pattern of neurological dysfunction in the brain that causes a person to have difficulty correctly receiving information (perception), correctly processing information (cognition/thinking), or satisfactorily responding to information (written and verbal expression, visual-motor coordination, memory, etc.).
The Reading House conducts a Literacy Diagnosis to pinpoint the specific reading difficulty your child is having.
1. As soon as you get in touch with The Reading House, we will conduct an interview with you for us to find out which of our formal assessments will be most valid for your child’s literacy needs.
2. Once you have decided to push through with the Literacy Diagnosis, we will give you a schedule. Before your schedule, we need you to prepare your child by giving them the proper mindset that would take off the pressure from the assessment.
4. On the assigned Literacy Diagnosis schedule, expect that the assessment will run for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Students will be given a 15 -minute break in between.
5. After the Literacy Diagnosis, the assessor will give you a schedule of a sit-down meeting where you will be given a comprehensive written report.
The Litearcy Diagnosis will cover all the subskills of namely:
During your sit-down meeting with the assessor, you will be recommended to undergo a Reading Intervention program where your child's need will be addressed. The Reading Intervention is a one-on-one remediation that runs for 20 hours.
There is no fixed time. The performance of your child during the Reading Intervention will solely determine how long your child have to undergo the program.
At the end of each program, your child's reading interventionist will give you a comprehensive progress report detailing your child's performance throughout the program.