Why is handwriting important?

Does your child avoid writing? Does he reverse letters or numbers? Does he hold the pencil incorrectly? Is it difficult to see his spacing between letters and words? If you said ‘yes’ to any of these questions, we can help get your child on the track to success with handwriting!…

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It’s Super Bowl Sunday!

Are you looking for a way to integrate the big game with some educational activities for your child? Change up your child’s homework routine by completing some of the football-themed activities below. Follow us on Pinterest by clicking on the icon at the bottom of this page for more Superbowl-related…

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Dyslexia

Does your child have dyslexia? Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects a person’s ability to read, write, and spell. Signs and symptoms of dyslexia: Letter and number reversal after 7 years of age Delayed in learning to read Difficulty copying from board or a book Disorganized writing Difficulty with…

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Happy New Year

With the beginning of a new year, many people resolve to make changes and improvements in their lives. What better time than now to decide it’s time for your child to succeed in school? We’ve put together a few key steps to becoming a successful student. Now it’s up to…

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Pediatric Associates

On Thursday afternoon, Sonia and Haley presented to the staff at Pediatric Associates of Iowa City. We talked about autism, our speech and learning center programs, and how we are different from other tutoring and speech agencies in the area. Enjoy a couple of photos from our presentation.   Enrichment…

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Great site for critical thinking skills

If your child has difficulty with remembering information, processing information quickly and/or following directions, www.lumosity.com is a wonderful website.    There are fun games for your child to play to help improve brain function.  The best part is that it is tailored to your child’s specific needs.  Both of my children participate in the games…

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