HOW DO I KNOW IF MY CHILD NEEDS THE EINSTEIN CENTER?
Does your child struggle with reading quickly and understanding what he/she has read?
Does your child forget math facts?
Does your child get frustrated and spend an unreasonable amount of time on homework?
Is your child unaware?
Does your child have difficulty organizing personal space and time?
Does your child have difficulty focusing?
Does your child have difficulty following three step directions?
Does your child have difficulty writing legibly?
Does your child have difficulty spelling?
Does your child have difficulty solving problems?
IF THREE OF THESE ARE TRUE OF YOUR CHILD, THEN THE ANSWER IS YES!
People with learning disabilities have average to above-average intelligence. Many are gifted in math, science, fine arts, journalism, and other creative fields. A list of such people would include Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci, Winston Churchill, and, our friend, Albert Einstein. These among many others have changed the course of the world. Their tremendous strengths were offset by noticeable weaknesses- the inability to read and write, memory problems, and difficulty understanding what was heard or seen. These difficulties stem, not from a physical problem with the eyes or ears, but rather from the basic neurological functioning of the brain.
Every human brain is created with unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses. We each have certain subjects that make sense to us easily, as well as, areas of difficulty that require outside explanation and extra effort to understand. These deficits can affect the following skills and academic skill areas:
Visual / Auditory Perception
Visual / Auditory Memory
Visual / Auditory Sequencing
Spatial Relations (sense of space)
Temporal Relations (sense of time)
Abstract / Logical Thinking
Reading (decoding / comprehension)
Writing (handwriting / expression)
Math computation & Application
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