I wish I was introduced to your program or a program like yours when I was in grammar school. It would have solved 90% of my agony of reading, spelling and most of all the embarrassing oral reading in the classroom and in public as an adult.
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The following pages in this section of our website are intended to serve as a resource for parents, educators, and tutors who want to understand why their children or students are behind in reading and what they can do to help them. These pages are also intended for reference by adults who are trying to understand what they can do to help themselves become better readers. There is a bewildering and often contradictory flood of information regarding why individuals struggle as readers and how best to help struggling readers. The links below provide information regarding what steps an individual can take to get help.
Where do I begin?
How can I help myself or my child learn to read better? There are so many products offered and so many conflicting ideas. What does the research say works best to teach remedial reading to any student at any age? See Frequently Asked Questions.
When A Child Is Labeled Dyslexic
Here is what you need to know if you, your child or a loved one has been labeled as being dyslexic or learning disabled. When a Child is Labeled Dyslexic.
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