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A Parent’s Story: Program 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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Audiblox β€” Review in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine

If you have a child or work with a child with a learning disability, then you know the challenges they face every day. Learning does not always come naturally to them, and they can fall behind in school... This review of an Edublox home program appeared in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine in the US in February 2012.

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Conquering the Learning Block

Jayesh never showed any interest in reading, his concentration levels were low and he detested writing. His intelligence quotient, however, was above average. Today, Jayesh no longer avoids reading. His conversation skills have improved and he has become attentive. β€œHe has shown tremendous improvement,” says father Sushil.

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A New Style of Teaching

Vicky Neighbors has had an interest in education ever since she can remember. She even wrote an essay in seventh grade, "Teaching Exceptional Children," about teaching children with special needs. For example, children who are very intelligent, but have trouble reading.

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