· 1 in 5 has dyslexia
· 1 in 100 has autism
· There are over 1 million diagnosed with ADD/ADHD
· There are over 2.9 million students in Special Education
Most children in the public school system are treated equally, with or without a learning disability. Unfortunately many of these children are passed over and will continue to struggle with their learning disability for the rest of their life, never knowing how to deal with it. That’s where Learning Link comes in. The Learning Link program helps strengthen your child’s learning abilities by retraining their brain.
The Learning Link course was developed by Lisa Harp, a learning disability specialist, educational therapist, and founder of the Harp Learning Institute, a leading edge learning center in Northern California.
I remember when I was younger that my sister was diagnosed with dyslexia. She struggled through elementary school and always hated going to school. Her friends would make fun of her because she didn’t know her 6′s from her 9′s as well as her right from her left. I remember wanting so badly to help her in any way that a big sister could, but I had no idea where to start.
Is that how you feel?
This neuro sensory educational program help Learning Link helps retrain the brain to focus on the task at hand, thus leading to better grades and less stress during homework battles. The program is very easy to follow and only takes 20 minutes a day. Each session has a preview video and downloadable worksheet materials in order for the adult to prepare for each session.
I decided to start the Learning Link program myself, as I have always had difficulties focusing on one task. I have noticed since beginning the program that I am to concentrate better.
I can see how this program would allow a student who has been diagnosed with a learning disability to have an increase in self-confidence and feel proud about the work that they are doing in school.
So what types of students can benefit from this program? The program is designed to help students with learning disabilities such as ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, autism, and children who are performing below their grade level.
Buy It: You can buy a online learning program for $50 a month for 12 months. They offer a 30 day money back guarantee. There will be new lessons available every month and you may cancel at any time. Visit Learning Links Technologies for more information and to sign up.
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Disclosure: Learning Link provided Clip This Not That with a complementary product in exchange for this product review and giveaway.