Unlocking Your Child's Potential
Importance of Solutions for Reading Difficulties
Is Dyslexia Holding Your Child Back?
Have you noticed that your child is struggling with reading, spelling, or writing more than their peers? Do they often feel frustrated or discouraged by their academic challenges? At NECCA’s Dyslexia Treatment Program, we understand the concerns parents like you face when their child has dyslexia.
Have You Explored Personalized Solutions?
Have you been searching for a solution that goes beyond one-size-fits-all approaches? At our program, we take a personalized approach to dyslexia treatment. We assess your child’s unique strengths and challenges, creating a tailored plan that addresses their specific needs. Isn’t it time your child received the individualized support they deserve?
Want to Witness Transformation?
Imagine watching your child’s confidence soar as they conquer dyslexia-related hurdles and become enthusiastic readers and learners. Our evidence-based methods, combined with our expertise, have a proven track record of success. Are you ready to see your child thrive academically and personally?
Ready to Take the First Step?
If you’re ready to take the first step toward unlocking your child’s full potential, we’re here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our dyslexia treatment program and how we can make a meaningful difference in your child’s life. Together, we’ll embark on a journey of growth and success.
read & learn
The Role of Dyslexia Evaluations
Personalized Assessment: Neuropsychological evaluations provide a detailed and personalized assessment of your child’s cognitive and linguistic abilities. This assessment helps identify your child’s unique strengths and areas where they may need support.
Tailored Interventions: With the insights gained from the evaluation, you and your child’s educational team can develop tailored interventions that address your child’s specific needs. These interventions can significantly improve their reading and learning abilities.
Early Intervention: Early diagnosis and intervention are key to helping children with dyslexia. Neuropsychological evaluations can identify dyslexia in its early stages, allowing you to take proactive steps to support your child’s learning journey.
Tracking Progress: These evaluations are not a one-time event. They serve as a baseline for tracking your child’s progress over time. This means that interventions can be adjusted as needed to ensure continued growth.
Advocacy and Support: The data from neuropsychological evaluations can be a powerful tool in advocating for the educational accommodations and support services your child may need. It empowers you to work closely with your child’s school to ensure they receive the assistance necessary for success.
read & learn
Get the Facts
- neurobiological basis (heritable)
- persistent and chronic
- genetic basis
- 1/4 to 2/3rd of children have a parent with dyslexia
- 74% of reading disabled 3rd graders remain disabled in 9th grade.
Affects at least 10 million children, or approximately 1 child in 5.
- Impact on Mental Health
- Shame Affect-starting as early as kindergarten
50% of American adults are unable to read an eighth-grade-level book.
- Differences between readers and non-readers relates to the amount of exposures to written words
- <1 minute reading per day per year
= 8,000 words
- 20 minutes per day per year
= 1.8 million words
- 80% of children reading below the 15th percentile in the beginning of grade 1 read at or above grade level by the end of first grade with intensive (40-80 hours) of 1-1 instruction (Vellutino et al, 1996)
As parents, your role in supporting your child with dyslexia is crucial. Neuropsychological evaluations can be a beacon of hope, providing you with valuable insights into your child’s cognitive profile and paving the way for targeted interventions and support. By embracing these evaluations and working in partnership with educators and specialists, you can unlock your child’s potential, helping them overcome the challenges of dyslexia and excel in their education and beyond. Your dedication to their success is a powerful force in shaping their future.