Learning Disabilities


Tutoring and Dyslexia: What Will Best Serve Your Child?

If your child is falling behind in school, tutoring has probably crossed your mind a few times. Tutors, whether they are private individuals or work through a franchised learning center, may be either highly beneficial for your child or a disappointing use of time and money. When it comes to tutoring and dyslexia, finding the right fit for your child may take time and trial and error. Learning center franchises The main franchised tutoring corporations are Sylvan Learning Centers, Kumon, and Huntington Learning Centers. Their focus is helping students work up to grade level or learning special skills such as


5 Tips to Reduce Your Child’s Stress—and Your Own

One of the first things I teach parents about how to support a child with dyslexia is stress reduction. If you can reduce your child’s stress, he or she is more open to natural dyslexia treatment such as Books Neural Therapy™. However, often I find that parents need stress reduction as much as their children do. The concept is much like the safety lecture you receive when you board an airplane. You, as the adult, must put on your oxygen mask so you can help your child with his. Your need for oxygen must be met first, just as your


Did You Know There Are Effective Treatments for ADD, Developmental Delays, and Learning Disabilities?

Taken from Chapter 15, House of Miracles by Bernice Dotz Martin was awkward, moved in an ungraceful fashion, and walked with an unbalanced gait because the neurological pathways from his brain to his muscles were not coordinated or developed. He and his family were told he had ADD, learning disabilities, and developmental delays. He learned to ride a bike when he was six, so his balance was good then. Subsequent falls on his head and tailbone knocked him out of alignment, affecting his balance. At eight, Martin had an EEG and an EKG, which showed electrical and conductive problems. He


Do you know people who are accident prone?

Do you know people who are ACCIDENT PRONE? Christian and his Mother were. Chapter 12, “House of Miracles” by Bernice Dotz    The townspeople in our Danish tourist village were assembling for the annual Danish Sisterhood Christmas party. Garlands and Danish Christmas hearts hung on the walls of the parish hall and an eighteen-foot Monterey Pine Christmas tree, decorated with lights and balls, stood in the center. Tables were covered with red tablecloths; white napkins enclosed the knife, fork, and spoon. Centerpieces were Christmas evergreens interspersed with votive candles sparkling inside little glass globes. A young man sat at a