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Learning Strategies and Tutoring
for Special Needs Students

 

  The Arrowsmtih Program and Correcting Learning Dysfunction
by Shaindy Weiss

 

 

  Brain Training: Prevent the "Summer Slide"
by National Speech / Language Therapy Center / Learning RX

 

 

  Beginning with the End in Mind
by Manfred Smith

 

 

  Plan Your Child's Homework Environment to Make Homework Easier
by Melissa Katz, M.S.

 

 

  Reading Fluency: Speed, Accuracy, and Prosady
by Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Cognitive Skills Training Sometimes Works Better than Tutoring for Your Child
By Wendy Burt-Thomas for LearningRx

 

  Finding the Right Learning Specialist to Tutor Your Child
by John Toker, M.Ed. LD

 

 

  Reading Readiness: Is Your Child Ready for First Grade?
by Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Teaching Children to Read
by The Langsford Learning Center

 

 

  How to Build Better Readers
by Sabra Gelfond, M.A., CCC-SLP, National Speech / Language Therapy Center / Learning RX

 

 

  Reading Skills and Concept Imagery
by The Langsford Learning Center

 

 

  Reading Help When Phonics Fail
from Laureate Learning Systems

 

 

  Problem Readers: What Risk Factors to Watch for
by Sabra Gelfond, M.A., CCC-SLP, National Speech / Language Therapy Center / Learning RX

 

 

  How Brain Training Can Help a Child with Autism / PDD
by Kim Hanson, of LearningRx

 

 

 


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