Jul 182014
 
Working Memory and Processing Speed Enhancement in Kids with Learning Disabilities

Do you want to improve your child’s attention, executive functioning, processing speed, and working memory? There are ways you can help your child overcome cognitive issues at home. Aside from the fact that research shows cognitive enhancement programs improve a child’s processing speed, attention, working memory, etc., helping your child at home brings good results [...]

Jun 142014
 
Behavior Management for ADHD Impulsivity and Defiance

When you tell your child NOT to do something, does he turn right around and do it?  Do you feel like your child never listens and does the very things you tell him not to?  If he has ADHD, he probably DOES!!  EXASPERATING, isn’t it?!! SO, how do you get your child to behave and [...]

Apr 292014
 
Summer Learning Regression Prevention ~ Power Hour Solution

Do you know how to keep your child from losing educational ground during summer break? Do you want to help your child advance in his area of disability during the summer time? One thing I learned through my Special Education Advocacy training is that learning regression during the summer is a significant issue at school for many [...]

Sep 102013
 

There is a fascinating new study out, which shows children with high functioning autism demonstrate improving social skills over time.  John Foxe, Ph.D., says the evidence “suggests that whatever is broken can be fixed.” He speculates that if we can provide targeted multisensory integration therapies, we may be able to help children with autism by [...]

Sep 032013
 

Your child can learn with a carefully selected and properly implemented instructional program. If your child is struggling with schooling, whether in public school or homeschooled, you can pull information together to develop an educational that will help your child learn better and faster.  I am here to help you pull that educational plan together.  [...]

Aug 282013
 

Do you ever wonder what reading is like for your child?  If you have a child with dyslexia, understanding how perceptions affect your three-dimensional thinker’s reading abilities will help you work with your child better. Children with dyslexia are often gifted at thinking outside the box, but the freedom of time and space affects their [...]

Aug 022013
 
Learning Style and Dyslexia - Multi-Sensory is best..

One of the most commonly asked questions is in regard to “How do I teach my child? He has dyslexia.”  While teaching a child to read is another issue requiring an altogether different explanation, teaching a child who can’t read well does require instruction aside from typical books and papers. Multi-Sensory instruction is the best [...]

Aug 012013
 
Definition of Dyslexia and Symptoms of Dyslexia

Does your child have TRUE dyslexia, or perhaps some OTHER condition that manifests itself as difficulty in learning to read? Not all problems that manifest themselves in an inability to read are ‘dyslexia’, so it’s important for you to put on your detective cap and consider the possible causes of reading difficulties listed here. Symptoms [...]