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A Parent’s Story: Amazing Improvement in Reading and Spelling

A mother in Utah shares her son's progress after doing Edublox for five months. He was diagnosed with apraxia of speech, poor working memory, sequential processing disorder and severe ADHD. His parents also suspected severe dyslexia.

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Case Study: Overcoming Severe Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Low IQ

Meet Maddie, a 10-year-old who had been diagnosed with severe dyslexia, moderate dyscalculia, ADHD, and low IQ (low 80s). People who had evaluated her said that they had never seen dyslexia as severe as this before. Her parents had been told by more than one professional that Maddie would probably never read, and that they should try to find things that Maddie could be successful with outside of academics, because she would never be successful in academics...

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Case Study: Edublox Increases Performance IQ by 25 Points

Before she started at Edublox in 2015, she was assessed by the school psychologist. Her verbal IQ was 96, which is average, while her performance IQ was a mere 72, which can be described as borderline intellectual functioning. Her full-scale IQ was 84 (low average). Fast forward to November 2017...

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A Parent’s Story: Dyslexic Gets to Love Reading; Plus Update Four Years Later

A mother in Fullerton shares her dyslexic daughter's progress after two weeks on our program. Also read the surprise update, that was received four years later, on November 14, 2017.

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A Parent’s Story: From 11% for Math in Term 1 to 68% in Term 3

We enrolled Tyriq at Edublox as he had a difficult year in Grade 1 and when we changed schools for Grade 2, he struggled even more. We tried natural remedies to help him concentrate and had him at the occupational therapist but nothing was helping.

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Radio Interview: Overcoming Reading and Learning Difficulties

After years of therapy Shirley Lindecke's son was still struggling with reading and learning. But then she heard about Edublox and her son's life changed. Listen to her story as told on live radio.

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A Parent’s Story: The Program that Finally Helped for Learning and Reading Difficulties

Adam had so many learning difficulties when we first began with Edublox that all I could do was hope, with all my heart, that this would finally be the program that would help him. We had struggled for so long; and I have to say we because he has always been taught at home and it has been a long arduous process teaching him to read, write and do basic math...

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A Parent’s Story: Overcoming a Spelling Problem

We began using Edublox (spelling program) 6 months ago, and the results have been just stunning. Within a month, she was able to remember how to spell a few words, and then just like a baby learning to talk, she began to experience a rapid snowball effect...

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A Parent’s Story: From Failing to Most Improved Student

After the second term I received emails from most of her teacher saying they couldn’t believe the change in Caylin. It was like she was a different child. Her work was up to date and she wasn’t just passing her assignments but actually doing very well. After the second term her term average had increased by 10%.

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A Parent’s Story: Handwriting No Longer an Issue

After thirty hours, I can honestly say his handwriting is no longer an issue. It has become automatic for him to write neatly and legibly, whereas before, his writing varied depending on the day and the amount of effort he was willing to put in to be neat.

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A Parent’s Story: Once Struggling Reader Receives an A in English and Math

Now my son is a Freshman in High School. We just received his first semester report card and I am so excited to say that he received an “A” in both English and Math. I can’t thank you enough for developing a program that truly stands up to your promises and offers hope to those who struggle.

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A Parent’s Story: Overcoming a Reading Disability

He is devouring books at a rapid rate and it is a joy to see. He is keen to discuss the books he has read to me and he obviously has understood what he has read. Six months ago reading a book was tortuous for him because even if he read it his reading was so faltering and full of mistakes that he couldn’t comprehend the text.

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