Our clients include those that struggle with one or more of the following: reading, spelling, comprehension, memory, test-taking, writing, attention, organization and following directions. These students are often not using their brain in the most efficient way for learning. Our training and techniques have helped clients to significantly improve academic skills and learn more efficiently – often with less study time.
Many students that have difficulty with reading, spelling, comprehension, etc., exhibit an auditory discrimination issue and/or weak or non-existent visualization skills which are addressed in our center using the Lindamood-Bell programs.
Auditory discrimination is defined as the ability to hear sounds and sound changes in syllables and words – such as hearing that /pip/ has three sounds, and that the first and third sound are the same. If a person has difficulty discriminating and then “mishears” sounds, issues with listening, reading and/or spelling may occur.