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Audiblox Review
If you have a child or work with a child with a learning disability, then you know the challenges they face every day. Learning does not always come naturally to them, and they can fall behind in school. This frustration leads to a negative school experience. There are literally thousands of materials available nowadays to help children overcome their learning problems. How does one go about choosing the right one? The Audiblox program may be your answer. Read more…

Specially for the Young Ones
A school in Wadala (Mumbai, India) tackles the hurdles faced by children with learning disabilities. Read more…

A New Style of Teaching
Vicky Neighbors has had an interest in education ever since she can remember. She even wrote an essay in seventh grade, "Teaching Exceptional Children," about teaching children with special needs. Read more…

Audiblox: Little Blocks Make a Big Difference
Can "playing" with colorful blocks help your child's learning difficulties? Yes, according to the people at Audiblox, an intriguing system of cognitive exercises to develop foundational learning skills. Students work on patterning with blocks, which helps develop a myriad of foundational skills, such as concentration, perception, visual and auditory discrimination, and memory. Read more…

Book World Opens Around the Block
In fifteen years, Karusha Kratz had learnt to read only four words. But after two weeks of a new intensive course, Karusha can now understand 45 words and is beginning to read basic books. Read more…

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Disabled (10) Learns to Read and Write in 60 Days
“Mom, why can't I read?” Sonja Conradie (10) wanted to know after hearing her younger sister, Marna (9), read and seeing her write. Sonja, who suffered brain damage after contracting meningitis and encephalitis as a baby, could not understand why her younger sister was able to read and write while she was not. Read more…

Dyslexia: Beating the Back-to-Front Battle
Reversing words, writing letters back to front, not being able to remember the sequence of letters in a word or sometimes reading from right to left — dyslexia is a frustrating and often embarrassing problem in our world of high-tech communications. But in the midst of differing theories of what it is, what causes it and how to overcome it, one man has a different opinion. Read more…

Dyslexia Breakthrough
A program, which solves children’s spelling and reading problems has been devised by a Pretoria educationist, Dr Jan Strydom. Dr Strydom “completely by accident” stumbled on to this educational treatment which involves placing coloured blocks in various complicated sequences. Read more…

Dyslexia: New Treatment, New Hope
Why many intelligent children should suffer seeming ‘word blindness’ has baffled and frustrated parents and professionals in many fields throughout this century. Is there, at last, some light at the end of the tunnel? HILARY BASSETT investigates. Read more…

Dyslexia: The Write Stuff
Who would have thought that sexy Tom Cruise was chastised as a child. But, by his own admission, the Collateral star says it took him years before he was able to speak openly about being dyslexic. Read more…

Hope for Slow Readers
When last year teachers told Gail Lawson of Northdene that her daughter Jennifer's reading was “quite slow” for Class Two she didn't think much of it. But a few months later when she volunteered to become a “reading mother” at the school after being retrenched, she realised Jenny did have a real problem. Read more…

Kit Helps Children to Learn
Many children — despite having adequate intelligence and opportunity — show great disparity between their verbal skills and learning ability. When a teacher identified a reading inability in one of Jo Cohn's children, Jo had his psychometric skills tested, bought an Audiblox kit and kindly agreed to share what she has learnt with La Femme readers in the hope that those with similar problems will benefit. Read more…

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Overcoming Dyslexia
Imagine not being able to read. Your academic career would not venture further than high school, seriously hampering your chances of ever working your way up in the world. You could never apply for a job without assistance, being incapable of filling in an application form. You couldn’t write to friends, read for pleasure or simply read road signs and maps on long journeys. In essence, you would be severely disabled in a reading world. Read more…

New Hope through Audiblox
Dyslexia is a growing problem. There is no doubt that many children and many adults have difficulties in reading. Most people regard dyslexia as a learning problem or disability. Read more…

Program Improves Reading
For 15 years Karusha Kratz has only been able to read four words. But after a two-week intensive learning program called Audiblox, Karusha can read 45 words. Read more…

There are Ways to Beat Dyslexia
Reading and learning work hand in hand and are the two things that determine a child’s school career. Poor reading skills result in poor learning skills. This has become a reality for an alarming number of children. Read more…

New Hope for Slow Readers
Despite having adequate intelligence and opportunity, many children show great disparity between their verbal skills and learning ability. These children, often regarded as ‘learning disabled,’ are now being offered new hope through the Audiblox learning system. Read more…