Video Gallery: Overcoming Dyslexia and other Learning Disabilities

Video Gallery: Overcoming Dyslexia and other Learning Disabilities

Overcoming 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.

Her mom, Kimberly, refused to accept this and worked tirelessly to try to help Maddie — with little success. “At this point, I have tried so many different things with little to no success that it is hard NOT to believe the professionals telling me that she is just never going to be able to read,” Kimberly told Edublox before she and Maddie embarked on a nine-month journey with Edublox.

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Dr. Lee DeLorge on cognitive skills and Edublox:

In this must-view video educational specialist Dr. Lee DeLorge explains what cognitive skills are and how the Edublox program strengthens a child’s cognitive skills.

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Learning to read in 40 days:

Watch young Zwi’s remarkable progress since joining Edublox for an intensive program that combines reading lessons and our online program, Edublox Online Tutor.

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Dewald defies learning deficits:

Dewald was born deaf of deaf. Both his parents are deaf as well as his younger brother. Because he was failing English Literacy, Mathematics and Sign Language, Dewald attended a 10-day, 43-hour Edublox course. Watch the video to see the results.

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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 Radio SAfm.

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Craig France, an adult dyslexic tells his story:

In this video Craig France talks about how dyslexia has affected his life, and how finding a solution has already started changing his life for the better.

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Elih’s road to recovery:

Get the tissues ready before listening to this podcast of Just Plain Drive, Wingz of Change with Darren Scott, Elih’s mom and Elih. Elih fell in a pool at the age of 20 months. Listen to the story of his road to recovery, in which Edublox is playing a major part.

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Overcoming a reading and learning disability: 

While there is no ‘quick-fix’ for learning failure and learning difficulties, our intensive 1-on-1 course has proved to accelerate results and will help your child take a giant leap forward!

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Twins with fetal alcohol syndrome beat the odds:

Jeremiah and his identical twin brother, Joshua, were born prematurely and with fetal alcohol syndrome. Although Joshua managed at school, Jeremiah was diagnosed with ADHD, dyslexia and severe learning disabilities in Grade 2, having to repeat the year and being promoted to Grade 3 with support. The boys’ foster mother, Lameez Armien, resisted putting them on medication (which they refused to take) or sending Jeremiah to a special needs school, deciding to try out the Edublox program instead to see if it could help.

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Overcoming reading difficulties and improving school achievement:

If a reading difficulty is holding your child back, Edublox programs can help to unlock the door to a brighter future. Watch an interview with father and son.

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Naledi’s story:

Experts said her daughter has intellectual challenges and would never read, but at Edublox success started on Day 2. This video tells Naledi’s story through her mother’s eyes.

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My bog Spot:

Listen to Katelin sharing her Edublox journey in a very special manner.

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Is it b or d? Overcoming letter reversals:

Edublox programs are effective in overcoming reversals, for example when a child reads “dog” as “bog” or looks at the written word “was” and reads it as “saw”, etc.

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Overcoming learning disabilities and low self-esteem:

Children who have learning disabilities are at risk for having lower self-esteem and self worth than that of their peers. From an early age, children compare themselves with others in areas such as academics, the ability to make and keep friends, and athletic prowess. Children with learning disabilities may judge themselves as “stupid”, “slow” or “dumb”, based on academic comparisons with other children. By overcoming a learning disability the child’s self-esteem is usually restored.

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Beating severe dyslexia and ADD:

Edublox didn’t start yesterday. More than two decades ago we were already having remarkable results with severe dyslexia and ADD. Watch this video of young Michal who, despite having an average intellectual ability and after many years of therapy, was still completely illiterate at the age of 13. View his phenomenal progress.

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Special needs children: Miracles do happen:

The story of Sonja, who soon after birth contracted meningitis and encephalitis, causing severe brain damage. Doctors said she would never read nor write. That was until her parents heard about our program, and Sonja learned to read in 60 days. This video has been viewed more than 37,000 times since 2008:

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Conquering concentration difficulties:

Concentration is the ability to pay attention to one single thought or subject to the exclusion of everything else. Improving the ability to concentrate allows a person to avoid the problems, embarrassment, and difficulties that occur when the mind wanders. Better concentration makes studying easier and speeds up comprehension. It helps one to focus on one’s goals and achieve them more easily.

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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.

December 22, 2019

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