The Power to Correct Dyslexia
How can the Reading Without Limits Program Succeed in Correcting Dyslexia when so many other programs fail?
Traditional dyslexia treatment plans fail to address all the factors which contribute to reading difficulty.
The ability to read requires auditory, visual, and cognitive skills.
Problems with any of these three skill sets can cause reading problems.
Traditional reading methods use a phonetic or auditory-based approach to teach reading. Research shows that students with dyslexia have poor phonological awareness, or the inability to use sound patterns to learn to read.
As a result, traditional reading methods that target auditory skills provide very little help to those with dyslexia.
Dr. Bloch discovered that students with dyslexia have confusion between sound pattern recognition and visual pattern recognition. In other words, readers with dyslexia cannot match what they hear with what they see when interpreting text.
Non-Dyslexic Brain vs. Dyslexic Brain
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Once the disconnect between auditory and visual pattern recognition is repaired, students with dyslexia can begin to read correctly and without difficulty.
How is this done?
Through a series of special drills, Dr. Bloch and his licensed providers are able to reprogram how students match up auditory and visual information. These drills enable students to quickly improve their reading skills and correct their dyslexia.
This method of visual cross training out-performs regular reading methods and works for all types of reading problems, simple or complex.