Dyslexia / Language Processing
Our view of learning disability remediation is straightforward: all students are able to learn. That’s why we prefer the term “Learning Difference” to “Learning Disability”. When people learn differently, it does not mean they cannot learn – it simply means they need to recognize the ways they learn best.
Carefully designed learning strategies help individuals improve in each of these areas. The learning specialists begin with a thorough evaluation of the student’s school performance, testing, and parental input. They then develop an individualized program, to address the specific areas necessary for learning: focus, working memory, processing speed, visual processing, and auditory processing, among others.
The given approach of the learning specialist is designed to empower students to overcome their learning issues and to see these issues as strengths rather than weaknesses. They help each student to understand his or her strengths and learning style, reducing frustration and transforming learning into the positive experience it should be.
Dyslexia/Language Processing Difficulties
Dyslexia is the most common learning difference for children. Our experienced learning specialists help children with dyslexia and other language processing issues significantly improve their language skills.
Based on your child’s language processing difficulty, our learning specialists develop an individualized program to develop stronger reading skills, using methods such as Orton Gillingham, and other techniques.
Proficient reading is an essential tool for learning, and remediation with the right reading specialist helps each child understand the specific reading strategies that work best for them. This can have a profound impact on self-esteem, motivation and the desire for continued success.
For Help With Dyslexia or Language Processing
The reading experts working through Hoffman Education specialize in developing personal solutions for a wide range of students. Call for a free consultation. We will develop a customized program of learning support for your child.