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Some of the programs used by Supplemental Learning Services
Brain Gym by P. & G. Dennison
Training of personal centering, being in "present time", and intra- and inter-hemisphere communication.

Competency Assessment Battery by Joan Smith
Used throughout therapy sessions to assess progress in the many areas of processing and memory.

Memory Training Program by Joan Smith
Auditory and Visual memory training for symbol imagery, recognition and recall for letter and number sequences.

Rhythmic Writing by National Institute of Learning Disabilities
Training of handwriting for all, but especially helpful for those with visual perception and motor planning and output difficulties.

Listen my child and you shall hear, by Betty Lou Kratoville
develops listening skills, auditory memory, vocabulary, and imagination .

The Orton-Gillingham Approach
is language-based, multisensory, structured, sequential, cumulative, cognitive, and flexible. That is why I choose to use Neuhaus.

Foundations for Language by neuhaus
develops foundational reading skills such as phonological awareness, letter recognition, oral language, and listening comprehension skills.

Basic Language Skills, Book One
develops the foundations for decoding and comprehension. Patterns and rules for spelling. Book One addresses phonemic awareness, letter recognition, the alphabetic principle, and the six syllable types; reading and spelling practices; oral language and listening comprehension; grammar and sentence writing.

Basic Language Skills, Book Two
automates students’ reading and writing skills Book Two addresses sound symbol correspondences and syllable division patterns; prefixes, suffixes, roots and combining forms; reading and spelling practices; spelling patterns and rules and sentence dictation; analyzing spelling words; fluency and metacognitive strategies; grammar and paragraph writing.

Basic Language Skills, Book Three
promotes students’ independence in reading and writing. Book Three addresses sound symbol correspondences, word origins and morphology; reading and spelling patterns and practices; sentence dictation and analyzing spelling words; fluency, connected text reading practice, and metacognitive strategies; grammar and written composition.

Developing Metacognitive Skills
are strategies that help students fully understand what they are reading. Six-Way Paragraphs by Walter Pauk, Ph.D. aids students in learning new vocabulary, and rapid recognition to aid the instant recognition of irregular words.

Scientific Spelling
keeps students reflective thought about language and teaches them how to spell Phonologically, Regular Words, Rule Words, Irregular Words, and Procedures.

Word Detective
teaches students to identify the origins of English words derived from Anglo-Saxon-Old English, Latin, and Greek. An understanding of word origins gives strong clues to the spelling and pronunciation of words and generates interest in solving the mysteries of the English language.

Multisensory Grammar & Written Composition
color codes are used to introduce and reinforce the definitions of the parts of speech.

Bell Work by Charles W. De Pue
intermittent skills practiced for mathematics

Math Minutes by Angela Higgs
teaches students to solve problems effortlessly and rapidly. The goal of Math Minutes is fluency.

Brainetics by Mike Byster
unlocks the full potential of the brain with proven techniques that teaches how to use both parts of the brain at the same time, one part processes and one part stores. Techniques make your brain work better and faster at all subjects-math, science, history, languages-bringing thinking to a new and higher level.

*Search & Teach by Rosa Hagin
is an early intervention program for the prevention of learning failure and its emotional consequences. This program meets the needs of young learners before they experience the frustration of learning failure. Search-individual test are designed to identify Strengths and weaknesses in the readiness skills. Teach-learning activities called “task,” carefully designed to address the needs revealed by SEARCH.

Read Naturally by Candyce Ihnot
is a fluency program designed to develop in readers the skills necessary for fluent and effortless reading: speed, accuracy and proper expression. Motivated by research indicating that comprehension and fluency are highly correlated, Students of any age may use this program, from beginning readers able to read approximately 50 words, to adult readers experiencing difficulty with fluency.

I-station
(imagination station) coming soon!!

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