Learning how to read is a complex, lengthy process for any child. But if your child has a learning disability, learning how to read can become a significant challenge. If your child has one of these learning disabilities, we can help them strengthen their reading foundation and improve their reading skills gradually over time.
- Dyslexia—Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disabilities that can affect a child’s ability to read. If your child has dyslexia, they may have a hard time sounding out words or comprehending written words, which can impair their ability to read.
- Hyperlexia—If your child has hyperlexia, they may have an above average ability to read. However, this learning disability may make it difficult for your child to understand what they read.
- ADHD—As the parent of a child with ADHD, you know that your child has trouble concentrating. This can make sitting down and learning to read a difficult process.
- Autism spectrum disorder—This developmental disorder can impair your child’s ability to learn to read. Like with hyperlexia, children with this disorder are often strong readers, but they may have a difficult time with reading comprehension.
Our reading programs at Academic Associates Learning Center help children of all ages and abilities learn to become strong readers. For more information about how we specifically help children with learning disabilities, reach out to us today.