Monthly Archives: May 2017

Visual rather than auditory stimulation may improve reading in dyslexic children

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 [...]

Visual rather than auditory stimulation may improve reading in dyslexic children 2017-08-25T21:47:53+00:00

Why PATH Training Benefits Students

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 is [...]

Why PATH Training Benefits Students 2017-08-09T13:08:34+00:00

PATH Therapy Helps Children and Adults

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.

PATH Therapy Helps Children and Adults 2017-05-16T16:16:22+00:00