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James Deakin Feature

Facebook Post of James Deakin

We reached out to James Deakin to help us pick our scholar for SY 2019-20. 


He used Facebook as his platform to spread the good news and after 1 day, it had over 2.4K likes, 2K comments and 174 shares. 


Thank you James Deakin for supporting our advocacy of helping kids with learning disabilities.

Below is the link to the post

Smart Parenting Website Feature

Child Struggling With Reading and Writing? He May Have Dyslexia

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Excerpt from the write-up...


In  specialized schools and learning centers, children with dyslexia are  typically guided using a multisensory approach. It means that a lot of  the senses -- specifically seeing, hearing and touch or movement -- are  utilized to help kids learn letters, sounds and words.  To learn a letter, for example, a teacher would show a child what the  letter looks like, help a child associate it with a sound, and ask the  child to write in the air with a finger then trace it on paper. 


The Reading House
Richbelt Tower, Annapolis St., San Juan
631-8397
The  Reading House is a literacy center that aims to help children with  learning disabilities. A formal reading assessment is first conducted,  then an individualized reading program is designed to address the  child's specific literary needs. “Aside from employing the multi-sensory  approach in our reading programs, we also cater to children who are  at-level with their current academic demands but want to hone their  reading skills,” said Taino. 


Not Your Usual Mom BLOG

TRH Goes to DWDD AM Radio to discuss Literacy Disabilities

The Reading House PH goes live on-air with DWDD Katropa AM Radio 1134 to spread awareness about Literacy Disabilities and Difficulties such as Dyslexia and Dysgraphia.  


with...

TRH Owners - Marky and Teacher D
DJ - Karina Ramos  
Video from Digital Filipina - http://www.digitalfilipina.com/