SuperReadingTM has a proven track record for helping dyslexic readers make advancements in comprehension, speed and recall not previously seen. The measurable results, as verified by Dr. Ross Cooper of LSBU, have resulted in the course being fully funded by Student Finance England for dyslexic university students.
Combined with our SuperMemory tools, SuperReadingTM gives dyslexic readers the skills they need to absorb information equally in our competitive world. In fact, many of our dyslexic readers end up with Reading Effectiveness scores surpassing those of non-dyslexic readers.
We focus mostly on Comprehension and Accuracy. The speed is there, but what good is speed if you don’t recall what you read?
It is the patented Eye-HopTM exercises which make the difference. By practicing these exercises, over a matter of eight to twelve weeks, dyslexic readers gain the ability to process multiple words at a glance (or “fixation”). Coupled with our other practical reading techniques and strategies, reading becomes easier, more productive and they can better recall what they read.
NeuroKnowHow AT tutoring service and specialist support incorporates strategies that link in with the SuperReadingTM course techniques. This allows you to get the most of your Non Medical Helper support and assistive technology, helping you to create your building blocks for success.
Who would benefit?
Anyone who has been diagnosed as dyslexic. We have also found that SuperReadingTM is effective with ADHD and other learning challenges, though these have not been independently verified. However according to Psychiatrist and ADHD specialist Dr Muhammad Arif, a course that trains individuals to read at a faster speed would be beneficial for individuals diagnosed as ADHD or ADD. The SuperReadingTM course does train participants to read at higher speeds, with a measured emphasis on comprehension and accuracy. According to Dr. Cooper, it would appear that the benefits gained from SuperReadingTM are only a matter of time and effort.
Course Length: Six classes that meet once a fortnight. The classes are up to 3 hours in length. Class time can be reduced with less time for practise.
For more information and the most recent research download SuperReading Research & Results July 2011
Calling all Schools!!
We are actively looking to bring the SuperReadingTM course into Secondary Schools and High Schools. We want to teach a course or two, simultaneously training the teachers to be able to deliver the course.