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Attention Parents and Teachers

If your child or student is having difficulty learning in one of the following ways:

  • paying attention
  • learning to read or spell (struggles to sound out words)
  • slow with math facts
  • does not complete assignments
  • memory
  • comprehending or understanding
  • working too hard for what is achieved

then please read on, this site is here to help you. If you find that our services are appropriate for you or your child, I'll customize a program for you that includes my services and a PACE student kit.

 

Five steps to help you help your child

By following these steps you will have gained some very important information that will dramatically improve your child's ability to do well in school.

  1. Understand the causes of learning difficulties.
  2. Know the skills necessary for fast and efficient learning.
  3. Find out what skills are weak.
  4. Learn what needs to happen to improve learning skills.
  5. Take specific steps that can help your child or student gain the skills needed to become a successful student.
The concepts that I'll cover apply not only to children, but to adults as well. I have, however, written these pages referring only to children to make your reading easier. If you are an adult with some of the above learning problems, please click here for a web page that is directed towards adults.

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