Stepping Stones Learning Solutions | ReadLS
Cutting edge learning, proven research-based interventions for PWLD, dyslexia, & people with autism. Respect of the person is the main pillar of our approach.
Dyslexia, Tutoring, Brain Training, ADHD, Remediation, Tomatis, ReadON, Forebrain, Interactive Metronome, ADD, ASD, Autism, Nature, Play based learning, Ingrid Poupart, Reading
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ReadLS by LSWorks

ReadLS is a unique game based reading intervention which targets the route causes of reading struggles. 40 hours of fun and engaging intervention is completed on the computer. The students are awarded points and their progress is tracked on colourful graphs.  ReadLS sets students up for success while targeting auditory processing, visual processing, tracking, working memory and more.

 

What are the conditions that can benefit ReadLS?
ReadLS helps children and adults with reading difficulties, dyslexia, dysgraphia and ADD/ADHD.

How Long does it Take?

ReadLS consists of 40 hours of target reading intervention that is broken up as follows:

Cognitive Therapy: 15 hours, completed over 3 – 5 weeks, with a maximum of 3 days between sessions.

Reading Exercises: 5 sessions/week (approx 20 minutes/session) for 10 weeks, consisting of short stories and cognitive games that target memory, word roots, spatial awareness and more.

Speed Reading: 5 sessions/week for 10 weeks.

Theory

ReadLS incorporates everything we know about learning, and where things can go wrong.

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(2) https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/child-learning-disabilities/dyslexia/the-difference-between-dyslexia-and-auditory-processing-disorder By Kate Kelly
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(9) Snapshot: What Executive Functioning Issues Are | understood.org
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(11) A Therapy Resource published by Upbility.net VISUAL PERCEPTION SKILLS FOR CHILDREN WITH DYSLEXIA | PART 1:VISUAL CLOSURE
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(22) https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/comparing-and-validating-methods-of-reading-instruction-using-behavioural-and-neural-findings-in-an-artificial-orthography(11dc627f-1ea3-4e1e-9048-0928c0ff2e38).html
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(29) http://www.readingrockets.org/article/phonics-instruction-value-multi-sensory-approach

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