Category: Reading

Toys for Strong Vision 2012

A colleague has prepared a list of toys that boost visual skills, I’ve modified it and reproduced it below. The timing is right, given the season, but what is most remarkable about the list is that electronic ‘brain boosting’ toys…

Visual-Auditory-Verbal Program

Download this document: 159 VA Verbal Program Purpose: To create a sense of coding for language and to practice with representing simple and complex mental constructs using symbols. Symbols are translated into words, ideas, and sounds, and these are themselves…

Neurological Impress Method

See also: NIM 2 Introduction: This activity is a great way to enhance and reinforce high-level reading skills in new readers. The proximity and voice of the therapist also provides a safety net that can allow the child the challenge…

Three Pillars of Reading

See Also: Retained Primitive Reflexes Postural Reflexes What causes learning disabilities? Three Pillars of Reading Background Neuro-Developmental Delay Learning, in the academic sense, is dependent on reading. Sighted reading in turn is founded upon three pillars of visual behaviour: 1. Visual…