Reading Struggles & Dyslexia
Do you or your Child:
If you answered ‘yes’ to most of these questions you or your child might have a reading disorder. Don’t worry, the first step to finding a solution is easy, we are here to help.
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is a common learning disorder that can affect a person’s ability to read, spell, speak and write. The condition stems from weaknesses in parts of the brain that process language, sounds and speech.
Taking the First Step - IDENTIFYING THE ROOT CAUSE behind the struggle.
In fact, studies show that weak auditory processing skills are at the root of approximately 85% of all reading struggles. This is why interventions that use cognitive training techniques to target and strengthen auditory processing and other cognitive abilities get such tremendous results.
The process of Reading for Good Readers VS Poor Readers (See Below)
Schedule Your Brain Skills Assessment Today!
If you are ready to work on your reading comprehension with the help of our training sessions, reach out to our team to Schedule your Brain Skills Assessment with us. Take the first step to easier learning!
Identify your strong and weak skills through a Cognitive Skills Assessment.
Customize & recommend a suitable program Targeted to your weak skills and help you overcome the daily life struggle.
Embark you on a transformational journey through FUN & Intensive Mental exercises with a Personal Certified Brain trainer.
Can Brain Training Help People with Reading Struggles and Dyslexia?
Research has shown that intense, one-on-one brain training has helped people with reading struggles and dyslexia experience significant improvements in primary brain skills that are needed to read, spell, learn, and perform well in and out of school.
While studies show that brain training games or apps aren’t effective, studies do show that our methods of intense, one-on-one delivery have helped struggling children with a number of different struggles and disorders (including dyslexia) see life-changing gains.
Here’s what these improvements look like on a graph:
“Pre- and Post-Training Cognitive Performance among Brain training Clients with Dyslexia”