Multisensory teaching uses as many of the senses as possible, including taste, smell, touch, sight, hearing and movement. In most multisensory lessons, students engage with the material through a combination of different senses.
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Many children, particularly those with attention concerns, have problems processing language. This article offers tips to help.
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Audiobooks are helpful for many people, including struggling readers. This article provides a list of some of our favorite titles.
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Because we are celebrating our 10th year in practice, below are 10 important posts from the Hope Springs Blog that were written in 2018.
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Graphic novels have become increasingly popular for children. There are currently many different types of graphic novels from Captain Underpants to the Smile books by Raina Taigelmeier. Graphic novels have not always been considered appropriate reading for children. Lately, graphic novels are flying off the shelves, jumping into virtual shopping carts, and being embraced by […]
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Enrichment Therapy and Learning Center is one of the wonderful resources for Dyslexia in the Iowa City/Coralville Corridor area. They graciously agreed to write a blog post for our followers. We are grateful for the care they provide, and are glad to have Enrichment Therapy in our area. This blog-post was written by Kristin Ebeling […]
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Dialogic reading is a way to teach reading to children by having conversations with an adult about the book while they are reading together. What is involved in dialogic reading? Dialogic reading is an interactive strategy, meaning that the child and parent read together. This strategy is helpful because it helps increase the child’s interest […]
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Dyslexia treatment is an important topic. Dyslexia is a learning disability in reading. It is often inherited, and makes it extremely difficult to read, write, and spell—despite at least average to above average intelligence. Dyslexia is a language disorder. It is not caused by vision concerns, sensorimotor concerns, or dietary concerns. Areas that are impacted […]
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Many people have heard about audiobooks, but very few realize how helpful they can be. Audiobooks can introduce a new world of reading for many people. Oftentimes, after work or school, people are restless or physically tired. Additionally, some people are reluctant to read, and would rather watch TV, use electronics, or do anything else. And some […]
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“Just like our fingerprints, people are all different. It’s no surprise that we learn differently too.” The above explanation is one that I often provide to young people when they are diagnosed as having learning disabilities. I also explain to them that most of the time, our schools teach the most common, and sometimes the […]
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When a person has Dysnomia, it means that they have difficulty in accessing names for visual information. It occurs in up to 20% of individuals. It runs in families and tends to be more common in males than females. It can make it difficult to name things like colors, objects, numbers, and letters. Dysnomia can also make it hard to label visual information.
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So, you and your child completed the very long process a Dyslexia evaluation and diagnosis. You take a deep breath, and then realize, “What do I do now?” If you or someone you love is in this situation, you are not alone. Not only is obtaining an accurate diagnosis a difficult one, but helping your […]
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