sounds write intervention
THERAPY FOR DYSLEXIA
Dyslexia impacts literacy, spelling and written expression difficulties. It affects the academic success of many students. Often these difficulties are not a reflection of low intelligence or lack of talent. Children with dyslexia and learning difficulties can feel self conscious and anxious because other children are outperforming them academically. However, it is important to realise that targeted intervention does make a difference. The Sounds Write program gets children back on track at school.
OneOnOne Children’s therapy offers intervention for students with difficulties with reading, spelling and written expression.
INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE BEHIND IN READING, SPELLING AND WRITTEN EXPRESSION
The Sounds Write approach is the core component of our literacy intervention. Sounds Write is a quality phonics approach that has a strong evidence base and is used widely around the world. For more information on Sounds Write and the research behind the approach, go to http://www.sounds-write.co.uk.
Many children find that written expression tasks can be daunting. They may manage to learn to write sentences in kindergarten, then find it harder to write great paragraphs. By the time they are required to write whole page recounts or persuasive texts, things become very tricky. Our ‘Writing Blocks’ program takes children from very simple written sentences, all the way to text types. At the same time, our “Handwriting Heroes’, which is a core component of ‘Writing Blocks’, ensures that your child can write fluently and automatically.
The intervention programs at OneOnOne Children’s therapy have helped many children to ‘get back on track’ and reach their full potential at school.