It means their brains can change, and in turn, struggles related to dyslexia can disappear. Research indicates that with stronger cognitive capacities in key networks, the brain doesn’t have to work as hard; it learns, understands, remembers and applies information efficiently. In addition to strengthening underlying functions of dyslexia, Arrowsmith has programs to target issues related to dyscalculia, dysgraphia, attention, executive function, nonverbal learning, and social and emotional intelligence.
Children with dyslexia do not need to suffer trying to make sense of the written word, spend years in remedial programming, develop avoidance tactics in school, or face limited academic or professional futures. The solution is to understand their unique, cognitive profile and then, transform it.