“Handwriting is no longer an issue” – Jennifer Gilliland
Jennifer Gilliland shares her son’s progress in handwriting after doing Edublox for thirty hours. Read the full story below.
I have been following the Dysgraphia Program from Edublox and we are thirty (30) hours into the program. I sought out a program to address my nine year old son’s difficulties in writing, both the mechanics of writing and the process of composing a written paragraph. Although my son had completed occupational therapy in school to address fine motor weaknesses and had improved, his handwriting remained inconsistent.
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. This has also positively affected his ability to compose a written paragraph. Because he does not have to concentrate on the mechanics of writing, he is more able to focus on the composing part of writing, and he is able to write longer and more well organized sentences and paragraphs.
Another big part of my satisfaction with this product has been the support I have received in the form of prompt responses to my emailed questions about using Edublox. Susan DuPlessis has stood behind the Edublox product.
It’s great to know that you can do something to resolve areas of weakness instead of standing by helplessly watching your child struggle.
Edublox Online Tutor offers multisensory cognitive training that enables learners to overcome learning obstacles and reach their full potential. Over the last 30+ years, the company behind the Online Tutor e-learning platform, Edublox, has helped thousands of children to read, learn and achieve through home kits and learning clinics internationally. Our programs are founded on pedagogical research and more than three decades of experience demonstrating that weak underlying cognitive skills account for the majority of learning difficulties. Specific cognitive exercises can strengthen these weaknesses leading to increased performance in reading, spelling, writing, math and learning.
Jennifer Gilliland, US February 26, 2017