Many young learners struggle with basic reading and math because they have weaknesses in the key, core cognitive areas needed to learn these areas of achievement. They need to make sense of visual and auditory information, be able to order numbers and letters, track their eyes across a page and pay attention to details. Before commencing with a remedial reading program, many of these learners need to strengthen these foundational skills. Come get a free sample activity and learn how beneficial cognitive, remedial therapy can be for your struggling learners.
Dr. Erica Warren
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