Characterized by difficulty recognizing letters, learning letter sounds, and identifying rhyming words, dyslexia in children is often identified when a child reaches kindergarten. Poor fine motor skills, trouble learning the alphabet, numbers, and days of the week, and learning to talk later than most children are early signs of dyslexia. Even though dyslexia is a lifelong learning disability, approaches to help overcome challenges for dyslexia can improve reading, spelling, and writing skills and can allow children to function better in an academic setting.
If you or your child was diagnosed with DYSLEXIA, our programs and therapies are here to help! It's possible to remove this label from your child's life. We strengthen their cognitive skills by monitoring closely our programs. Ask us how!