After years of research, Carlsbad eye doctor and Dyslexia expert, Dr. David Bloch, has developed new super tools that correct reading disabilities in record time. His Reading Without Limits program is so unique that it has a patent pending. Parent Pat W. said, “I worked as a senior education consultant for the USA at the world’s largest education company, Dr. Bloch’s tools and processes are easily one of the three best programs I’ve ever seen in North America.”
After years of research, Carlsbad eye doctor and Dyslexia expert, Dr. David Bloch, has developed new super tools that correct reading disabilities in record time. His Reading Without Limits program is so unique that it has a patent pending. Most reading specialists believe that earlier readers need to learn word recognition by decoding phonetic patterns. Dr. Bloch contends that phonics, sight words, picture cues, and even verbal cues are not critical in learning to read. What is critical are oral vocabulary and visual tracking ability. Unlike traditional reading programs, his method permanently repairs the disconnect between auditory and visual processing experienced by those with Dyslexia
Research results show that brain regions in the reading network change more in first and second grade. Reading interventions such as speech therapy often start only in the third year, because there must be an ongoing problem. But by then, the reading grid will no longer be plastic. If you want to prevent further deficits, it is best to intervene when these brain areas are most likely to improve.
In further development of the reading regions on the left side of the brain, they no longer found any structural differences between dyslexic and non-dyslexic children. They develop similarly. But discrimination that already existed in preschool age is no longer compensated for without early intervention.
DYSLEXIA, a learning disability that makes reading and writing difficult, is often a damning diagnosis for many. For some, it can feel like a lifetime sentence to failure. But James Watson proves that having success is possible for those challenged with dyslexia as he opened his own technology services and solutions company, Computer Consultants.
Read the story from master chef James Martin in our link for today. He was not aware that he had dyslexia until he was 30 years old. Read his story of struggles and how it has affected him, although he still was able to build a great career.
Starting in the 2022-23 school year, every Kindergarten through third grade student who is reading below grade level will be screened for dyslexia.
The State Board of Education voted to approve screening assessment providers in its Thursday meeting. School districts will have the upcoming school year to determine which assessment they want to use.
Prisoners with learning needs such as dyslexia, autism or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) will receive extra help in a pilot education programme starting at five jails in England and Wales.
Nick Posford, CEO, British Dyslexia Association said, “As the leading charity for dyslexia, we welcome Dr Helen Taylor’s ground-breaking research on the evolution of complementary cognition. Whilst our current education and work environments are often not designed to make the most of dyslexia-associated thinking, we hope this research provides a starting point for further exploration of the economic, cultural and social benefits the whole of society can gain from the unique abilities of people with dyslexia.”
The shift to remote learning after the pandemic has affected children with disabilities the hardest. A recent survey in the United States underlines just how profound an impact this shift to remote learning is having on children with learning and thinking differences like ADHD and specific learning disabilities like dyslexia and dyscalculia. The survey highlights the academic, financial and emotional impact of the switch.
According to Study Finds, sounding it out is not easy for children with dyslexia, and it can make learning even harder. When parents and teachers try a tactic that does not work, they can get frustrated which can make a child who is trying to learn feel helpless.https://c38286d642576bb1a9428ba80a37ae90.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html
Read the story of the business man who gave up art college out of fear for his dyslexia that he believed would hold him back. Now in retirement his love for the art comes to fruition and he paints dogs.
Noah Text Releases Free, Easy-to-Use Tech Tool To Make Reading Easier for Dyslexic and Struggling Readers
Noah Text highlights critical word patterns within texts, enabling struggling readers, developing readers, those with dyslexia, and English language learners to read with increased fluency, accuracy, and stamina while building skills and confidence. Noah Text allows readers to see sound-parts within words, providing a way for them to decode and enunciate words that are otherwise difficult to access. The resulting improvements in reading accuracy and fluency free up cognitive resources that readers can devote to comprehending the meaning of the text.
Research suggests as many as 17% of children are affected by dyslexia, which hinders one’s ability to recognize and decode words, as well as the sounds associated with printed language. Spotting and addressing dyslexia is as essential to a young student’s learning and development as is identifying those students who are nearsighted or need help hearing.
“Despite the number of students impacted, the considerable advances in research, and the increase in dyslexia-related legislation in the U.S., early identification and targeted education of students with dyslexia in public schools remains a challenge,”
Schoolvision is not a ‘one size fits all’ treatment but rather a journey that requires patience and time to see the results. It’s a relatively simple programme with the main requirement being that the child or adult wears their prescription glasses for everything up ‘close’ throughout the programme.