Dyslexia Help in Texarkana
Brain Training & Tutoring for Clients with Dyslexia
LearningRx Texarkana provides brain training and cognitive development services for clients struggling with dyslexia. If you or your child have struggled with dyslexia, but traditional tutoring has not helped, developing and improving cognitive skills could help bridge the gap towards academic and professional success. Learn more about cognitive development and our Texarkana dyslexia brain training services today by contacting our office and scheduling a brain assessment.
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Our Previous Experience with Dyslexia Clients
To further measure the impact of brain training on real life, LearningRx surveyed parents of 109 kids with dyslexia who completed one of our programs. The experiences of individual clients can vary, but the consistency of reported improvements is definitely worth sharing:
- Many parents reported classroom improvements such as faster reading, improved reading comprehension, and stronger memory for details.
- Almost half of the parents reported better grades after completing brain training, and more than half reported increased confidence in school.
- Parents also reported more positive relationships with peers, more independence in completing homework, and increased participation and better performance in sports.
How Parents Can Help Their Dyslexic Child
If you are a parent of a child that is struggling with dyslexia, in addition to enrolling them in brain training at LearningRx Texarkana, there are many things you can do to support your child and help them achieve success.
Things parents can do to support their child with dyslexia:
- Encourage them to read alone. Reading alone can take the pressure off of reading and make it an enjoyable activity, so make sure to encourage your child to read alone, both quietly and aloud.
- Listen to audiobooks while you read together. Listening to audiobooks while following along can be good repetition while learning to read.
- Always stay positive. This can be difficult at times, especially as your child struggles, but it is very important to stay positive and not get frustrated.
- Stay involved with their schoolwork. Know what assignments your child must complete and how your child is performing in their classes. Stay active and up to date on their academic performance.
- Celebrate your child’s strengths, and don’t just focus on their weaknesses. Even if your child struggles with reading due to dyslexia, there are other things that they are very good at. Remember to not only focus on their failures or weaknesses but put as much attention (if not more) or how proud you are of what they are good at.
More Information on Dyslexia
LearningRx believes in the power of learning! If you are looking for more information on dyslexia and cognitive brain training, check out these articles and blog posts:
- What does dyslexia feel like?
- 12 myths about dyslexia
- What are cognitive skills?
- Characteristics of a learning disability
- Types of learning styles
- Brain training vs tutoring
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