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Do you get frustrated when you give your child a set of directions and they can't remember them? Well it might be that your little one needs some stronger auditory memory skills. Here is a list of really easy activities you can do at home to strengthen this skill.
Here is a list of very easy do it at home activities that you can practice throughout the day to strengthen your child's auditory memory skills.
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We love this reading comprehension strategy called SWBS... easy to implement with any text.
Our favorite reading comprehension strategy is called the SWBS. It is basically a summarizing technique and will work for all ages and all levels.
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If your child is in Kindergarten.... look at this reading checklist to make sure they are ready for First Grade. A crucial time for intervention is between Kinder and First Grade. Don't miss this window of opportunity.
It is critical to identify a child’s reading problems before he or she fails. Even some children whom one might suspect do not need early assessment and monitoring should have it just the same. Some exceptionally bright children, for example, may learn to read early on and just skip over learning phonologic skills. These children memorize a lot of words very easily and quickly build a large reading vocabulary.
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Early Registration is almost over!  Hurry and register by April 29th and receive 10% off your total tuition.  
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Kids with Auditory Processing often have difficulties learning to read. Read our blog to learn how you can help them.  
Learning how to read, write and spell with an Orton-Gillingham, multisensory approach will help a child with auditory processing.
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Is your LD child struggling in reading comprehension?  Here are a few reading comprehension strategies that can be used either at home or in the classroom.  Hope they help!
Reading comprehension strategies for students with learning disabilities or reading challenges
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Reading Fluency is a critical skill for a young reader. If your child is struggling with fluency, here are some really simple things you can do at home to help build confidence and skills.
Once a child is able to decode and recognize words in print, it is crucial that they also gain an ability to read smoothly and fluently. Stumbling and hesitating over words will undermine reading comprehension because by the time the child gets to the end of a sentence he or she will have completely forgotten what was at the beginning of the sentence!
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Kids with Apraxia of Speech and other severe speech sound disorders are at a high risk for literacy related difficulties. Read our article to learn more.
To read proficiently, a child requires highly integrated skills in word decoding and comprehension and draws upon basic language knowledge such as semantics, syntax, and phonology. Children with speech and language impairments, such as Apraxia of Speech, have deficits in phonological processing. For these children, phonemic awareness, motor program execution, syntax and morphology will interfere with the ability to acquire the skills necessary...
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Are you wondering if your child can ever overcome reading problems?  Read our article to learn more.
Dr. G. Reid Lyon, Chief of the Child Development and Behavior Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development of the National Institutes of Health concluded that if children are identified early and provided with systematic, explicit, and intensive instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension strategies they can overcome their reading problems.
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Need some tips on how to organize your child's educational records for an IEP?  Valerie Vanaman, a special education attorney in Los Angeles, wrote this fantastic article for us.
Tips and Strategies on keeping organized student records for IEP Special Education Files for students with IEP.
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Come to our OPEN HOUSE in San Diego on April 13th from 3:00 - 6:00pm.  Learn about our amazing Orton-Gillingham Summer Camp.  We will have reduced rate assessments as well.  Call 866-774-3342 to RSVP.
There will be an OPEN HOUSE in San Diego to learn more about our reading, writing and comprehension program this summer.
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PRIDE Learning Centers, providing one-to-one reading help for students with learning differences, including dyslexia, auditory and visual processing disorder, language processing disorders, ADHD and other learning disabilities.

We use the most recent research-validated methods to engage and keep each student on task and intrinsically motivated. PRIDE'S reading program, based on Orton-Gillingham research, is built around these essential components:

  • Decoding
  • Fluency
  • Comprehension
  • Spelling
  • Sight Words
  • Vocabulary
  • Phonemic Awareness

We value each of our students individual learning styles. The PRIDE Learning System is research-based and taps into each child's learning style through our multisensory program by including touch, vision, kinetic and auditory elements. At PRIDE Learning Center we are proudly committed to each student, each family, and each outcome.

Every student at PRIDE becomes a reader!


We have locations in Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, Newport Beach, Mission Viejo and San Clemente.
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866-774-3342