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Case Study: Beating Dyslexia and Acalculia

Meet Vivienne, an 11-year-old American girl who was adopted from China at age 5. Her parents have tried many avenues to help her catch up on her development delays. While she made progress in certain areas, her academics continued to lag. They thus embarked on the Edublox program on November 3, 2020...

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New Case Study: Overcoming Memory Problems, Reading and Math Disabilities

Meet Naeleigh, a 9-year-old American girl who was adopted from China at the age of two. Her parents soon realized that Naeleigh battled with memorization, and despite hard work continued to struggle with reading and math. Naeleigh and her mom Ashlyn started their Edublox journey on September 24, 2021. Read the story, as told by Ashlyn, and visit this page frequently for progress updates.

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Customer Reviews: Parents Share Their Child’s Edublox Journey

Does your child have the ability to excel academically yet struggles to reach their full potential? Have they been diagnosed with dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, or ADHD?

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Video Success Story: Online Reading Program Delivers Demonstrable Results

Dennis shares how Edublox is teaching his daughter Veronica to read after other programs had failed. She was diagnosed with apraxia. Apraxia is a neurological condition that makes certain motor movements difficult. It may affect speech and coordination, and may co-occur with learning disorders such as dyslexia and dyscalculia.

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Video Success Story: Real Help for Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

This video is about Sandy and her daughter Amy, who was diagnosed with dyslexia and dyscalculia. Sandy shares how Edublox has helped to fill in the holes that Amy was missing: working memory, reading, number sense, understanding price tags, and more.

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Dyseidetic Dyslexia Success Story: Measurable Improvements in Reading & Academics

His teacher says she has never had a student with an IEP have such good grades and that he is in the top half of the class.

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Video Success Story: Susan’s Story of Helping Her Daughter Catch Up

Vivienne was adopted from China at age 5. This video is about Susan helping her 11-year-old daughter catch up on her developmental delays. They started with the Edublox program 13 weeks ago. This is their story.

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Overcoming Severe Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Low IQ: A Case Study

Meet Maddie, a 10-year-old who was 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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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: Edublox Program Was Key to Learning Success

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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Online Tutoring Leads to 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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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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