Reading fluency is the ability to read quickly and accurately. A person with good reading fluency is able to comprehend more because they instantly group and recognize words. Doing this instantly free...
A phonemic awareness assessment can help your child identify a weak cognitive skill which is necessary for learning. Weak cognitive skills are a large factor in the majority of learning disabilities w...
Does it really matter what they call it? What matters most is WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO TO HELP YOUR CHILD SUCCEED?WE get asked this question on a daily basis---parents concerned that their child is no...
Special education has been assisting students with learning disabilities in the United States education system since the end of World War II. The first push for special education started when a group ...
Copyright by Lisa Harp In the past few years there have been more and more students needing special help with math. Not too long ago most of the help was given to students with reading problems. ...
Tony spoke in a low, depressed voice. "I lost my job - again!" he told his sister. This was his third job in five years. He was 46 years old and thought he would never get hired again. Teen-ager Jeff ...
We tend to think of famous or successful people as having it easy in life, or they somehow got lucky. We admire them for what they have or for what they have accomplished and sometimes wish we were j...
More information is being discovered about learning disabilities everyday, and with this growth in knowledge comes an increase in the number of people diagnosed with scholastic difficulties. Because ...
A learning assessment is the first step in the right direction to help your child overcome common learning disabilities. Since learning struggles manifest themselves in many different ways, a quality ...
Reading is a difficult process. The brain must be doing several things at once in order to make sense out of the written word. Many things can go wrong when a student is learning to read. Kids who ...