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  • Does your child have a learning difficulty?
  • Is he struggling to reach his full potential?
  • Is your child battling to concentrate, or is his memory poor?
  • Does he read slowly and hesitantly, or with poor comprehension?
  • Does he confuse letters like b and d?
  • Does he spell words as they sound, for example “rite” for “right”?
  • Has he been diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia or ADHD?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above, your child probably lacks some of the tools required for learning.

We give the tools for learning!

When you have the right tools, any task will be accomplished with greater ease and efficiency. Imagine, for example, trying to mix cement with a spoon rather than a cement mixer. Imagine trying to mow the lawn with a pair of scissors!

Cognitive skills — concentration, perception, memory and logical thinking — are mental skills used in the process of acquiring knowledge, and can be considered your child’s tools for learning.

Research has shown that cognitive skills are a determining factor of an individual’s learning ability, according to Oxfordlearning.com the skills that “separate the good learners from the so-so learners.” In essence, when cognitive skills are strong, learning is fast and easy. When cognitive skills are weak, learning becomes a struggle.

The great news is that these weaknesses can be attacked head-on. Through dynamic training and practice cognitive skills can be improved, strengthened, and enhanced.

Edublox specializes in cognitive training that makes children smarter, and helps them learn and read faster. Our programs enable learners to overcome reading difficulties and other learning obstacles, assisting them to become life-long learners and empowering them to realize their highest educational goals.

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Edublox in the News!
3rd Radio Talk: The FUNtastic Brain-Training Program
938LIVE, Singapore, May 29, 2014
From 23-27 June 2014 Edublox presented the FUNtastic Brain-Training Program in Singapore, for the first time. Click here to listen to Alan Yip, founder of Mind Edge, talking about the holiday program and about concentration, one of the many skills addressed by Edublox. Concentration is the ability to focus the attention on one single thought or subject, excluding everything else from the field of awareness.

Radio Talk: The FUNtastic Brain-Training Program
938LIVE, Singapore, May 15, 2014
Singapore-based company Mind Edge recently partnered with Edublox Reading and Learning Clinic. From 23-27 June 2014 Edublox presented the FUNtastic Brain-Training Program in Singapore, for the first time. Click here to listen to Alan Yip, founder of Mind Edge, talking about the partnership and holiday program.

New Success Stories!
Major Improvement in Spelling and Writing
Letlotlo Sebbale was about to enter Grade 2 when he was assessed at Edublox. He reversed letters and his spelling was very poor. Our assessment determined that Letlotlo was struggling as a result of weak cognitive skills. He had directional confusion, which affects concepts such as up and down, top and bottom, and is the reason for reversing letters, whole words or numbers, or for so-called mirror writing. Read more...

Huge Improvement in Reading
I would just like to thank everyone at Edublox especially Joanne for the huge improvement I have noticed in Bridget's reading. At the end of October 2013 I had an educational assessment done at the recommendation of her previous school. Bridget was in grade 7 and I was told she should have an assessment done for high school. Read more...

New Articles!
Educated People Recover Better From Brain Injuries
Better-educated people appear to be significantly more likely to recover from a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). The researchers found that those with the equivalent of at least a college education are seven times more likely than those who didn't finish high school to be disability-free one year after a TBI serious enough to warrant inpatient time in a hospital and rehabilitation facility. Read more...

When Children Read Well, Yet Lack Comprehension
A common reading disorder goes undiagnosed until it becomes problematic, according to the results of a five-year study published online in the journal Brain Connectivity. Dyslexia, a reading disorder in which a child confuses letters and struggles with sounding out words, has been the focus of much research into reading. That is not the case, however, with the lesser known disorder Specific Reading Comprehension Deficits or S-RCD, in which a child reads successfully but does not sufficiently comprehend the meaning of the words. Read more...

 

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