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Learning to Read When You Have Dyslexia

Learning to Read When You Have Dyslexia

Book lovers don’t need an excuse to read, but for people with dyslexia, reading can feel more frustrating than relaxing. But reading isn’t just about academic success! It also improves memory and concentration, reduces stress and may even slow cognitive decline. Best of all, books are inexpensive (or free!) entertainment! As cognitive skills experts, we know that weak auditory processing skills are at the root of approximately 85% of all reading struggles. That’s why interventions that use cognitive training techniques to target and strengthen auditory processing and other cognitive abilities get such tremendous results. If you or someone you love is struggling with reading—whether they’re a child, teen, adult or senior—we encourage you to look into personal brain training. Need more proof that one-on-one brain training can help? Among 2,112 clients who came to us with reading struggles and/or dyslexia, auditory processing skills improved an average of 5.3 years following brain training! To find out more, or to schedule a cognitive skills assessment at your local LearningRx center, visit www.LearningRx.com

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