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What is Dyslexia?

So What Is Dyslexia Anyway?  – Two “Classic” Symptoms Explored We often wonder: Is my child dyslexic? or, Am I? and, What is Dyslexia exactly? However, in our experience, and in that of most people working in the field, not everyone who has difficulty with language or reading has “dyslexia.” When you hear the word […]

Back to School Brain-Boosters

It might be hard to believe, but school will be here before you know it (or maybe your kids have gone back to school already!). In any case, here are a few brain-friendly tips to keep in mind as everyone heads back to the classroom. 1. Use a pencil! In our digital age, it’s often […]

Dyslexia diagnosis

Term “Dyslexia” Not Used In Schools Per Federal Guideline Adopted by Florida Nov 05, 2013 Panama City- Dyslexia makes it very difficult for children to read, write, and spell. According to the National Institutes of Health, it’s the most common learning disability in our country, so it might surprise you to learn that Florida Public […]

Breakthroughs in Auditory Processing: Retraining the Auditory System through Music and Sound

The learning environment for the average student today is bursting with distracting, everyday noise. Overhead lights emit low buzzing sounds. Air conditioners, computers, traffic and construction noise, and voices in the cafeteria or gym classes bombard students’ brains and compete for their attention.  Many of us take for granted that we can filter out or […]

Summer Reading Programs, summer tutoring, or summer school?

When your child is struggling to read…. Teaching a child to read requires deep knowledge in cognitive processing. It requires informed observation of every error a student makes. Thanks to neuroscience, we know a lot more about the brain and learning processes involved in reading and writing than we ever have known before.  Neuroscience has given […]