Cellfield Intervention – Treats Dyslexia and other reading difficulties by working on the phonics, visual pathways and active working memory of the printed word simultaneously. The immediate reward system maintains motivation, empowering the student to attack the written word. This program is like no other in that it does not try teaching but rather rewires the brain to be able to gain access to reading, all in just 12 weeks. Experience the change in the very first 2 weeks.
Cellfield will help children and adults who face difficulties with:
- Making the transition from one-word-at-a-time reading to reading fluency
- Poor reading, spelling, and writing skills
- Poor phonological awareness and decoding skills
- Poor comprehension skills
- Difficulties with grammar and syntax
- Concentration and attention problems
- Difficulties with letter and number sequences
- Difficulties in verbal expression
- Suspected eye tracking problems
- Poor retention of reading matter
- Persistent dislike of reading
- Frequent loss of place when reading
This program will ultimately also help with mathematical subjects that require good reading, sequencing, problem solving, contextual thinking, and abstract thought in addition to basic computation.
Educational Therapy is not tutoring, its main goal is to uncover the underlying causes of learning problems. Educational Therapy addresses the student’s individualized learning problems, as well as their individualized learning styles and skills. Sessions focus on auditory and visual processing, attention and focus, and discrimination and memory skills, academic skills such as reading, writing, and math are re-mediated utilizing a multi-sensory approach. Students learn to learn through their strengths and how to apply these skills in all subjects and settings.
Tutoring focuses on re-teaching academic skills already learned. This is beneficial for students who typically have no learning disabilities or issues. This is for the student who needs additional focus on a specific content area, a student who is behind or a student who wants to get ahead.