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All About Forbrain®

November 9, 2017

Use your voice to boost your brain

Forbrain® functions as an audio-vocal workout. The moment you speak, this unique device corrects the sound of your voice via a dynamic filter. The sounds are immediately transmitted back to you by bone conduction, that is, by vibration through the bones situ...
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Children with Low Literacy and Poor Stereoacuity:An Evaluation of Complex Interventions in a Community-Based Randomized Trial....
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Accepted for publication in the Australian Orthoptic Journal, June 1999 Alison Lawson, DAORobyn Kiernicki, DOBARuth Peterson, BAppSc(Orth) A brief background to the development of the Lawson Anti Suppression Device (LASD) and its use, and report on a preliminary study to det...
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The anatomy of the eye

October 5, 2017
The successful treatment of Dyslexia is heavily involved with the visual cortex, which is at the back of the brain. In pure medical terms, it is situated in the medical aspect of the occipital lobe in relation to the calcarine fissure. It is characterised by the distinguishi...
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What is visual Dyslexia? For normal vision to occur there should be binocular fixation in both eyes. However, many times the fixation of one macular is very unsteady, or there can be an eccentric fixation. This demonsrates the main cause for the learning problem, the patient...
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Famous Dyslexics

October 5, 2017
Richard Branson: Founder of Virgin Enterprises“At the age of eight I still couldn’t read. I was soon being beaten once or twice a week for doing poor class work or confusing the date of the Battle of Hastings.” Richard Branson: Founder of a whole series of Virgin ...
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Could one or more of your students have Dyslexia? Term commences and many of the children are excited to be catching up with friends after the holidays, amongst these eager youngsters are a few individuals that suffer with Dyslexia. 15 per cent of the population has dyslexia...
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Dyslexia in adults

October 5, 2017
Signs to look for: May hide reading problems. May spell poorly, relies on software or friends to correct spelling. Avoids writing wherever possible. Often very competent in oral language. Often display excellent people skills. Shows talent in spatial...
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Help your Dyslexic child

October 5, 2017
1. Always aim to be positive Consider carefully your child’s strengths; provide compliments and encouragement for these areas. Examine your child’s weaknesses, find out the reason for the lack of achievement in this area and determine ways to alleviate the problems.2. Re...
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Children suffering with dyslexia experience failure on a daily basis and most will notice the other children around them are able to do the work which they are finding difficult. The child’s self-esteem quickly diminishes and they begin to refer to themselves as “dumb”...
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