Dyslexia and Brain Balance
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that causes children to have difficulty reading. Dyslexia can show itself in different ways and can involve a number of reading challenges, which can cause academic struggles. Characterized by difficulty recognizing letters, learning letter sounds, and identifying rhyming words, dyslexia in children is often identified when a child reaches kindergarten. Early signs of dyslexia in kids include poor fine motor skills, trouble learning the alphabet, numbers, days of the week and learning to talk later than most children.
While dyslexia is a lifelong learning disability, our approach to dyslexia can help to improve reading, spelling and writing skills and can allow children to function better in an academic setting. The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Westchase has developed a dyslexia program that can help your child overcome their learning obstacles. When your child is enrolled in The Brain Balance Program, we create a personalized plan for your child that is geared toward dyslexia challenges. This plan includes 3 in-center visits per week in addition to at-home activities that will help your child reach their learning, social, and behavioral goals. Our dyslexia program has helped several kids in the Westchase area and thousands of children across the country. Learn how The Brain Balance Program has benefited children with dyslexia by reading our stories from parents whose children have gone through the program.
Start Your Brain Balance Journey!
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Westchase 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 (813) 475-6977 to learn more about how Brain Balance can help children with dyslexia and sign up online today!