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• Are you or your child struggling with reading, paying attention, or remembering? Is learning a chore? Do you want to learn, pay attention, remember, read with good comprehension and speed, problem solve, and multitask so can be done effortlessly?

• We will present the solution for those with dyslexia, autism, attention deficits, speech and language problems, typically developing students, older adults, and after a concussion.

• Here is the 28-minute webinar presented on August 12, 2022 that describes how to improve reading, attention, and memory when other methods have not been successful and the underlying neuroscience that explains these improvements. 

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Dyslexia Fact Sheet: Reading Dyslexia – a major school problem

• There are over 6 million students in the California public schools. 20% (over 1 million) are estimated to have some signs of dyslexia.

• Of these 1 million kids, approximately 220,000 are receiving special education services under the category of a Specific Learning Disability in the area of reading (AB 1369 FAQ).

• More Than 1 in 3 Children Who Started School in the Pandemic Need ‘Intensive’ Reading Help (Spark, 2022).

Visual Dyslexia – undiagnosed, untreated

• There are 3 types of dyslexics: 1) dysphonetic (phonological deficits), 2) dyseidetic (visual deficits), and 3) dysphoneidetic (both types of deficits).
Boder (1970)

• Approximately 1/3 of dyslexics fall into each of the 3 types of dyslexia. (Dr. John Griffin who invented the DDT)

• As many as 30% of children in school with dyslexia
(Whitely et al., 2007), do not show the expected phonological deficits or do not respond successfully to phonologically-based remediation (Wolf, 1997).

PATH to Reading (PATH) – a visually-based reading program

• Considerable evidence confirms that many dyslexic readers have impairments in motion perception. These visual timing deficits limit reading speed and comprehension in dyslexics. (Lawton, Shelley-Tremblay, & Stein, 2022).

• PATH is the most effective and rapid visually-based therapy to remediate all types of dyslexia.

• PATH significantly improves the functioning of the visual, attention, memory, and executive pathways
(Lawton, Shelley-Tremblay, & Huang, 2022). Only 10-15 minutes of PATH eye-brain exercises several times a week for 1-6 months speeds up the motion visual system.

• Research shows that doing rapid, specific eye-brain exercises significantly improves one’s ability to read rapidly, accurately, and with comprehension
(Lawton, Shelley-Tremblay, & Huang, 2022).

• Standardized tests found that PATH training significantly improved dyslexic’s reading and cognitive skills, aged 5 to 76 years old. All studies found significant improvements (Lawton, Shelley-Tremblay, & Stein, 2022). – See Below.

• Improvements found following PATH training:

Reading Speed: up to 1050 words/minute, reading over 11 times faster.

Reading Comprehension: From 1.5 up to 7 grade levels in only 3 months.

Focused Attention: up to 82%.

Short-Term Memory, both visual and auditory: up to 95%.

– Not only visually-based improvements, but also phonologically-based: up to 73%.

• Dozens of testimonials from teachers, parents, students, and optometrists (posted on Testimonials) or upon request.

If you want to learn more about how PATH to Reading can help remove struggles with reading, attention and memory, make sure to sign up for the Free Webinar. You will be notified of the webinar date and time when you fill out the Contact Form.