Applied Learning Processe


Applied Learning Processe
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430 E Blue Ridge Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64145
(816) 942-6808
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We send out client satisfaction surveys after a student completes treatment with us. The responses that we get are often warm and encouraging and full of news of the student's continued success. This week we received the following response, and just had to share it. Grant had severe deficits in phonological processing, orthographic processing, visual-spatial processing and language comprehension, but he showed up every day with a smile and a can-do attitude. After much intensive work, he was reading and comprehending at grade level. Now, six months later, we get the news he's continuing in that can-do spirit. Well done, Grant!

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Please share or print this one page informational flyer about 'MAKING SENSE OF DYSLEXIA' CONFERENCE for APRIL 20 & 21 in Kansas City. Share with parents, teachers, schools, colleagues, students or anyone you know who may be interested. So far we have received very positive feedback and lots of interest!

A former student's mom shared this feedback from his teacher with us, and we had to pass it along. This student is in second grade, and was with us at the end of his 1st grade year. It's wonderful to see his processing continue to develop! "Your son has really become a leader in class this quarter. He is always trying to do the right thing and I admire his determination. He has improved in all content areas this quarter. I am particularly impressed with his success in reading fluency. From the beginning of the year to now he has moved up from a level I to a level L in the Fountas and Pinnell reading assessments. This is an exceptional increase and I am so proud of him. The more he continues to read the more his fluency will continue to grow and become stronger. "

One thing we always focus on with our students is taking what we've built in treatment and applying it to things outside the clinic. It's a crucial step in the process - the point when a student realizes he can be independent. We received this note from a parent of a 4th grader who is working on phonological and orthographic processing with us. He's a little over halfway through treatment, and his mom sent us this: "For the first time EVER, my son read a book to himself on Tuesday this week then took a quiz on it the next day. He told me he read slowly to make sure he got all the important facts. The quiz was 6 questions and he got 5 out of 6 - which I would say is pretty good given where we all started a few months ago. Many thanks for your help and guidance!"

A note from the mom of a second grader who was with us last spring and summer for phonological and orthographic processing: "I love Applied Learning! ALP is such a warm and inviting facility with instructors that care about the well-being of the students and the parents! My daughter is currently placed in the second highest reading group in her class. Reading comprehension continues to be a work in progress, but as long as she is not hurried or timed, she comprehends what she reads well. Her confidence has increased and she feels confident in her own reading abilities. Even though the cost for her treatment originally seemed daunting, it is money well spent and we would pay for her to do it all again." We're always so thrilled to see students succeeding long after their time with us is over. Can't wait to hear how she continues to succeed!