Learning difficulties not severe enough to be considered a disorder are often experienced by individuals. Those with learning difficulties across all subjects are considered slow learners. They do poorly in school but are not eligible for special education. At Spectrum Learning, we believe that the brain can be trained to target learning difficulties to improve the learning experience. Difficulties in spelling and comprehension are common among such children. Since the founding of Spectrum Learning, we have worked with many children who have Spelling and Reading difficulties. We have investigated into the causes of this problem using brain mapping (QEEG) and our elaborate biological tests. Learning difficulties typically include:
The most common cause of slow learning and poor comprehension is inactivity of certain areas of the brain while performing tasks such as reading or writing. Spectrum Learning has identified various clients with inactive brain profiles, as shown in the figures below.
At Spectrum Learning, we have developed an intervention programme using Neurofeedback therapy that teaches clients to activate the essential parts of their brain every time they read. With a period of training, this skill will be internalized. we can also activate the language and memory centres, or language and analytical centers to cater for the different types of materials that they are reading. This has achieved remarkable results in our client’s learning.
Our biochemistry tests will identify nutrients that our clients will need to sustain a higher level of mental ability. It can also identify any exposure to neuro-toxins which inhibit mental performance significantly. Neuro-toxins dull the brain and can lead to under-achievements.
At Spectrum Learning, we have done many biological tests, similar to those done for autistic children and have discovered many biological factors that can cause learning difficulties. Some of them include:
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