Dyslexia Therapy

Dyslexia Therapy

Dyslexiais a common specific learning difficulty.

Research shows that children with dyslexia have weaker operational memory than schoolchildren of the same age, and may also be less developed in other aspects, such as information processing, left-right discrimination and organizational skills.

As a result, they have difficulty reading, writing, or spelling than the average child.

Training areas

Word recognition skills training

  • According to the unique characteristics, such as: glyph structure, radicals, pictophonetic characters, etc., we can recognize characters according to the needs of individual children.

  • Reading comprehension and written language skills training

  • Help children master the skills of understanding articles, such as the main idea of ​​the paragraph, the key points and meaning of the article, etc. In addition, children will be helped to express their thoughts in words and improve their ability to use and organize written language.

  • Sensory integration training

  • Improve their learning ability through sensory integration therapy, large and small muscle training and spatial training.

  • Multi-sensory learning method

  • Strengthen learning experience and memory through different senses, such as touch, vision, hearing and kinesthetic sense, and deepen the impression of words. Tutors will help children choose the most appropriate method to learn based on their sensory learning abilities.

  • Visual perception training

  • Enhance visual discrimination, spatial concepts and visual memory through different games, such as treasure hunt.

  • Muscle coordination training

  • Through different activities, such as playing with strength glue, you can improve your pen-holding posture, strength and hand-eye coordination.

  • Other training

  • English and numeracy training

  • Target audience:

    Students with weak abilities and suspected/diagnosed dyslexia

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