- “The AFS-Method is unique firstly because it focuses on all areas that cause the dyslexic child to make mistakes in reading, writing and doing arithmetic and secondly because it is designed to be used in a home setting. However, teachers can certainly implement this training as well,” Pailer-Duller said.
- “To achieve success, continuous training of the deficit area is important. It is recommended working with the child 10-20 minutes a day up to five times a week,” Pailer-Duller said.
Within a few months there should be noticeable improvement characterized by the lack of mistakes in the writing and reading of words or basic arithmetic. For more information on these free learning aids and helping children with dyslexia visit: http://www.American-Dyslexia-Association.com
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