The Brain Balance Program in Aurora-Southlands
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that causes children to have difficulty reading and is often identified once a child reaches kindergarten. Dyslexia can show itself in different ways and can involve a number of reading challenges. Children with dyslexia may have difficulty recognizing letters, learning letter sounds, and identifying rhyming words. Early signs of dyslexia in children can include poor fine motor skills, trouble learning the alphabet, numbers, days of the week, and learning to talk later than most children.
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Aurora-Southlands has developed a dyslexia program that can help improve a child’s processing and learning ability, leading to a more successful academic and personal life. Although dyslexia is a lifelong learning disability, the right approach to dyslexia can help to improve reading, spelling, and writing skills. Your child’s personalized plan through The Brain Balance Program is focused on helping your child overcome their academic challenges. Most of our dyslexia plans include up to 3 weekly in-center visit as well as activities and exercises to practice while at home. These activities give you the opportunity to spend one-on-one time with your child and help to support the in-center sessions. Want to know how our dyslexia approach has helped other kids overcome their academic, social, or behavioral challenges? Read stories from parents whose children have graduated from The Brain Balance Program, and learn how The Brain Balance Program was the answer they were looking for.
Start Your Brain Balance Journey!
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Aurora-Southlands has a plan for children with dyslexia. If your child is struggling with recognizing letters, learning sounds, and/or identifying rhyming words, we can help. Call 970-431-0050 to learn more about how Brain Balance can help children with dyslexia and sign up online today!