Improve Reading Comprehension Using the Reading Helper
 
 
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"I am a Resource Specialist, and I have a student who could not read, no matter what program or method I tried. He has serious visual motor, visual discrimination, and visual processing difficulties. I told him that I had a magic wand, your sample strip, and it was going to help him read. He believed it, just like Dumbo’s feather, and he read to me for the very first time. The yellow made the words stand out visually, and it helped his tracking. When I showed and told his mom she cried. Actually we both did because we had tried so many different things. I thought you should know that your invention changed the life of a child, mom, and Resource Specialist. Thank you so much! I can’t wait to give him his very own ‘magic wand’.” S.B

 

Improve Reading Comprehension in Students with Difficulties

Carol Reed, the creator of the Reading Helper, has worked in the educational realm for thirty-six years, as a teacher, guidance counselor, tutor, and consultant. Working with differently-abled students, she was able to develop the Helper as an aid for those beginning and experienced readers having trouble focusing on the words on the page. The Helper can improve reading comprehension immediately by filtering out light that many readers are sensitive to, and has made improving reading comprehension far less difficult in many instances. More than two million Helpers have been sold on three continents, proving that students all over the world are benefiting from this useful tool.


Teaching Reading Comprehension Using the Helper

To determine how to improve reading ability for your student, place one on a page of print and ask the student whether or not this helps make the words stand out. Repeat with each color until the best option to improve reading comprehension has been reached. Some students find that yellow is the best option, and some prefer other colors. The various colors have different results for different students, helping to focus or differentiate letters based on variances in scotopic sensitivity. Teaching reading comprehension using these tools decreases frustration that comes from headaches, squinting, or having to read too close to the page. Please view our Testimonials page to see how parents and teachers alike have noticed marked improvement with the implementation of the Reading Helper, or contact us to order online today!


 

 
 
 
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