Educators are sometimes faced with the difficult task of breaking the news to parents that their child is having difficulties coping with the scholastic demands. Words such as “impairment”, “difficulty”, “disability” and “problem” are used interchangeably without us really taking the impact of our choice of words into account. Having a learning problem does not necessarily mean that a learner has a disability, but being diagnosed with a disability is far more severe than a mere “problem”.
What is Remedial Therapy?
Remedial Therapy goes beyond the normal classroom instruction and is designed to bridge the gap between the current level of learning and future desired outcomes of learning…read more
Attention Deficit Disorder is regarded as a learning problem because it impairs the learner to learn effectively…read more
Dyslexia (Difficulties with reading)
There are two types of learning disabilities in reading namely basic reading problems and difficulty with reading comprehension…read more
Dyscalculia (Difficulties with Mathematics)
Difficulties experienced in maths depend greatly on the other strengths and weaknesses of the child…read more
Dysgraphia (Difficulties with Handwriting)
Dysgraphia can involve the physical act of writing or the mental activity of comprehending and synthesising information…read more
In our rushed day and age, and both parents being breadwinners in the home, it is hard to spend quality time together as a family…read more
Exam preparation is done well in advanced to ensure that your child is fully prepared for the upcoming exams..read more