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New Year, New Start for Learning-Challenged Families

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With school starting all across the country in less than a month, certain parents are dreading the transition from summer to new school year. Those with children affected by learning disabilities are often left feeling helpless and hopeless as they continue to watch their child struggle through another fruitless year. Stymied by ineffective tools and lack of time for individual students, teachers and often the schools themselves, are left without answers, hoping for the ever-elusive breakthrough. Children suffering from symptoms of dyslexia that have yet to be diagnosed with such, are often labeled with behavioral problems by teachers and administration that...

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Helping those with ADD to Learn and Thrive in the Classroom

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Good Sensory Learning was founded on the goal of bringing delight to learning for students with learning difficulties. Dr. Warren has created an ever-expanding selection of educational materials that are designed to help students of all ages. These educational materials are multi-sensory and provide a fun way for kids with learning difficulties to grasp concepts in subjects like reading, math, writing, grammar and language arts. Learning can be difficult, but how do you know if your student is in need of assistance with their learning? One of the most common learning difficulties found in students today is ADD. A.D.D., or attention...

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Approaching Dyslexia with Patience and Innovative Learning Materials

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Learning disabilities are being discovered more frequently, but Good Sensory Learning has developed a way to work with students with learning difficulties and give them a way to succeed. A.D.D. is one of the most widely known learning disabilities, but another disability that is quite common is dyslexia. Dyslexia  is a learning disorder characterized by a student's difficulty with reading. It should not be confused with low intelligence or laziness, it is merely the way that the brain processes written and spoken language. While this disability is determined by the way the brain processes written and spoken language, it is not only...

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