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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

 

Improving Reading Comprehension Using the Helper

Improving Reading Comprehension

The Reading Helper was developed by longtime educator Carol Reed as a critical reading strategies aid for those students and other readers who have trouble focusing on words on the page. The Helper is placed on top of the line to be read, and the colored plastic strip highlights the line, enabling the reader to easily concentrate and focus on the words. Many teachers wondering how to improve reading ability in their differently-abled students have found this to be a helpful tool that reduces the stress of learning how to read properly. Using these tools makes improving reading comprehension a far more reachable goal.


How to Improve Reading Ability Using Our Tools

There are many difficulties people face when learning how to read. Scotopic sensitivity, dyslexia, and other conditions can cause students to have trouble focusing on words on the page, leading to skipping words and lines, reversing or transposing letters, and a loss of concentration that results in poor comprehension. Improving reading comprehension using the Helper can eliminate many of these difficulties, or at least lessen them, and prevent reading-related headaches and red or watery eyes. Each colored Helper processes the light entering the eye uniquely, so different colors may be preferred by different students. For many, yellow makes words stand out visually, making it a recommended starting tool. For more on how to improve reading ability, continue reading our articles, or check out our testimonials to see numerous Reading Helper success stories. Over two million of our products have been sold on three continents since they first came on the market in 1999.


 

 
 
 
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