Children with learning difficulties/disabilities and especially multiple problems as listed to the left, tend to struggle in school, become depressed, are more removed from friends and/or teachers, develop a fear of school and possibly try to find excuses not to attend school.  If any or several of the aforementioned conditions apply to your child - seek help from a professional reading or learning disabilities specialist such as Ms. Mashburn, who can provide testing that will help identify learning difficulties/disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, as well as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) see common types of learning disabilities listed to the right.

       She is available for meetings with teachers (free of charge) and with your permission can attend with you, your child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Response to Intervention (RTI) or 504 meetings (additional fee will apply).   

       A+ Reading Inc. provides individualized instruction, one on one, utilizing a plan that is created just for your child.  No two children are alike and none of her plans are duplicated.  She uses incentive rewards (that your child selects), different media and techniques to teach reading; reading to Zach, the company dog, technology, and other various means that works best for your child.  She also teaches your child the way he/she learns best.  Turning your struggling reader into an independent learner.

       With Ms. Mashburn's knowledge and professional expertise, you have a team that hears you, understands your situation and is qualified to help you learn to understand your child and his/her specific learning problems.  

Thank you for your interest in A+ Reading Inc. 

A Tutor and Advocate

Does any of the following apply to your child?

* Grades bad and possibly getting worse

* Homework takes forever to complete

* Does not like "reading;" not even simple   

      reading activities

* Has trouble explaining what was read or

     answering questions about what was read

* Has difficulty following directions (oral

     and/or written)

* Slow acquiring new skills

* Has a slow work and reading pace

* Has trouble studying for tests

* Poor, slow inconsistent handwriting

      including problems with b's/d's, was/saw,

      6's/9's, etc.

If any of the above applies

     It's time for professional tutoring! 

Common Types of Learning Disabilities

* Dyslexia - difficulty reading

* Dyscalculia - difficulty with  math

* Dysgraphia - difficulty with writing

* Dyspraxia - difficulty with fine motor skills (Sensory Integration Disorder) 

Why A Plus Reading Inc.

2918 Pointewest Drive, Augusta GA 30909

                                        (706) 799-2748

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