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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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A Parent’s Story: Overcoming Dyslexia

I never thought I would be writing this statement, but my dyslexic son doesn’t seem to be dyslexic anymore! The symptoms have all disappeared. After all I’ve read on the subject of learning difficulties, this was not supposed to happen!

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A Parent’s Story: Once Poor Speller Becomes a Top Student

My son John, at the end of his primary school, had a learning problem and found it very difficult to study. He could not spell or write long essays. The headmaster of the school called me in and told me that it would be advisable to place him in a special school...

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A Parent’s Story: Reading Up by 2 Years in Less than 6 Months

He finished the school year on a real high, his reading age went up by 2 years in less than 6 months and he is now making far fewer mistakes and is also self correcting himself when it doesn’t make sense, his spelling age improved as well and he also did really well in the end of year exams with his best results in most subjects.

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A Parent’s Story: The Best Results by Far

My 13-yr old son has LD's, auditory processing problems and sensory integration disorder, as well as mild-to-moderate cerebral palsy. We've tried various things, but have had the best results by far from Edublox. My son has begun to learn in a normal fashion, something I never thought would happen...

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Study: Edublox Improves Concentration Significantly in Five Days

Results of the study show an improvement in concentration, or on focused attention, in just five days. Focused attention is the ability to selectively concentrate on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things. People with attention problems such as ADHD are known for their inability to filter out distractions and focus on one thing only.

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Study: Edublox Improves Processing Speed of ADHD and Dyslexic Students

Educational specialist Dr. Lee DeLorge in Ohio tested the effect of an Edublox program on processing speed. Sixty-seven students aged 5 to 18 with ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia and non-specific learning disabilities participated in her study. Ninety-four percent of the learners improved significantly. Results were as follows...

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A Parent’s Story: Twice Exceptional — Gifted with a Learning Disability

I wasn't expecting for any huge jumps in ability. Well, three months into Edublox and earnestly, my son is now making more spontaneous comments about school which is wonderful, but the biggest difference academically is that his spelling improved immensely (which I hadn't even noticed was a problem till it no longer was) and he suddenly enjoyed reading!!

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A Parent’s Story: Overcoming a Language Disorder

I started the Edublox program, but the school laughed at me and said it would not help! Well, we started it and now (in grade 5) the school is stunned. She is doing so much better and is even learning a 3rd language now (French) and getting even better marks than children who have private lessons.

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A Parent’s Story: Faith, Love and Hope

Of all the angels, you are the ombudsman. You've made teachers and everybody else involved with education sit up and listen to you. There is no point in remedial teaching. You have to go back and find out just where our children have missed out. Edublox does this for our children...

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Case Study: Noticeably a Much More Confident Reader

A father in Hertz, UK gives an overview of his daughter’s problems and progress: Aged about 6 and a half (UK year 1): Teachers informed us that Anne showed “dyslexic symptoms” and that they expected much better reading, spelling, and writing for someone “of her ability.”...

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Case Study: Beating Dyslexia

Terry Andre had had remedial lessons for three years for his reading problem. "I have taught him to cope with the work but I have not been able to teach him to read. His reading has always been a serious problem and he has been diagnosed as dyslexic," wrote Jennie van Zyl, Terry Andre's remedial teacher.

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