Visual Rather Than Auditory Stimulation May Improve Reading in Dyslexic Children Dyslexic children who play a computer game that trains them to detect subtle, moving patterns have significantly increased their reading speeds, attention and memory, according to a randomized, controlled trial. The games, part of the PATH to Reading program, are designed to improve visual [...]
Why Every Child Benefits from Being Trained on PATH To Reading (PATH): PATH prevents reading and learning problems, eliminating the need for Special Needs classes. Learning problems are caused when a child’s brain is not working as efficiently as it could be. Groundbreaking training on PATH To Reading can change this rapidly and effectively! What [...]
PATH will help children (and adults) if any of the following is true: Is bright, but not reaching his or her potential Is reading below grade level with 20/20 eyesight Is a slow reader Skips or misreads the small words, yet is able to read the big words Mixes up b's and d's or reverses [...]
If your child reads slowly, has attention problems, tends to lose place, skips or misreads words, has trouble with reading comprehension, spelling, and/or writing, experiences trouble pronouncing sounds or words or suffers from tiredness, blurring, or headaches when reading, then PATH to Reading can help.
In addition to remediating children’s reading difficulties, studies show PATH therapy to be a rapid and effective means for treating older adults who have slowing mental agility: trouble with navigation, attention, memory, sequential processing, figure-ground discrimination, field of view, and/or speed of processing.