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