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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Us...
Is Lexercise therapy appropriate for an English language learner?
What is the Orton-Gillingham Approach?
Requirements for Prospective Lexercise Teletherapy Partners
Chancery Script: a multisensory, movement path approach for fast, fluid handwriting
Neuroscience and how it supports structured literacy intervention
Explicit teaching: multisyllabic words and schwa vowels (Level 14)
Feature & Game Requests
My client's reporting feature request
Lexercise Games on an iPad?
Notes of encouragement that the client can see when she logs on to play!!
Presentation Tools for Demos, Worksho...
Permission for Use of Photo/Video Image/Audio Recording
Reading Science: a presentation for Rotary Clubs
Spread dyslexia awareness: Resources for your website!
Best Practices for Language-Literacy Services
Assessment & Evaluation
Understanding Reading Disorders
Evaluation for Adults (ages 15 & up)
Two main types of reading problems
Letter-sound mnemonic association cues: research guidance & practical tips
How handwriting trains the brain....and why it should be part of therapy
The Learning Disability Mess
Auditory Processing Disorders
Politics Trump Science: Journal of Law & Education
Linguistic Structure Issues
The Rationale for a Movement Path Approach to Handwriting
The Domains of Language: Why They Matter
Syntax Tutorial: Phrases & Clauses
Lexercise Professional Education Courses
What is Orton-Gillingham and who are its "grandchildren"?
Lexercise Professional Education: Course 2 Objectives
HELP!! MY CHILD HAS TROUBLE READING & SPELLING WORDS.
Lexercise™ Online Treatment Compared to The Barton Reading & Spelling System™
Make the Most of Teletherapy - each session, each week!
For Parents and Teachers
Word Inquiry: It's a Structured Language Approach
What is a language processing evaluation? How is it different from other evaluations?
Irregular/Sight Words: Practice Tips for Parents