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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

Can severe dyslexic children learn to read & spell effectively & independently? YES they can!

Can severe dyslexic children learn to read & spell effectively & independently? Yes they can, even words they have not seen, but they need strategies to connect and pull out the sounds.


Also, the teaching must start with simple one vowel words like rab, bit, hug, men, pop with tons of practice for fluency so that they can comprehend what they read and to prepare them for the next level of reading like back, rash, blash bite, huge, rabbit, picnic badminton, Canada, multisyllabic etc!


Book your child’s reading assessment now for your child’s instant & constant decoding progress and immediate improvement in confidence! 100% Success Multisensory Reading Clinic Expertise in literacy instruction with high-powered reading & spelling skills online & onsite Orton-Gillingham dyslexia structured literacy intervention & remediation: reading, writing, spelling & comprehension.

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