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Lifelong Help for Learning Disabilities
If you read or hear that learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, are lifelong and that thereís ďno cureĒ, donít believe it. There is help, not only in the short term, but in the long term as well. Kyle Christie is one of thousands of ex-Edublox learners who is proof of this. Read more...

Improving Auditory Memory Improves Reading
Spamandlaís worried mother contacted Edublox because her sonís teacher had predicted that he would fail Grade 1. Spamandla was assessed on the Essi Reading Test, on a Grade 1, third term level. This reading test aims at determining the sight word vocabulary of a learner. Read more...

Major Improvement in Spelling and Writing
Letlotlo Sebbale was about to enter Grade 2 when he was assessed at Edublox. He reversed letters and his spelling was very poor. Our assessment determined that Letlotlo was struggling as a result of weak cognitive skills. Read more...

Dealing with Dyslexia. Kadinís Story
Kadin failed Grade 1. She was diagnosed with severe dyslexia and was referred to a school for dyslexia where specialist education is provided to learners who suffer from this disorder. Despite repeating Grade 1 at this specialist school Kadin continued to struggle. Her mother heard about Edublox and arranged for an assessment. Read more...

Improved Cognitive Abilities Lead to Better Reading, Spelling and Learning
Cognitive abilities are the brain-based skills we need to carry out any task from the simplest to the most complex. They have more to do with the mechanisms of how we learn, remember, problem-solve, and pay attention rather than with any actual knowledge. Edublox develops the cognitive abilities that make reading, spelling and learning possible and easy. Read moreÖ

Poor Reader Becomes a Top Achiever
Kayla Swan, at the time a Grade 3 learner, started at Edublox in May 2010. First attending two lessons per week, and after two terms one lesson per week, Kayla went from being a struggling reader, who scored 1ís and 2ís on her school report for reading activities, to one who scores 4ís and an average of 82%. Read more...

Thatoís Road to Reading and Spelling Success
When Thato Mogakabe, at the time a Grade 1 learner, was assessed in March 2011 he was lagging behind in most developmental areas. He had language difficulties (he often did not understand what was being said to him) and severe perceptual and fine-motor problems. Add to this a poor visual and auditory memory, and it became clear that Thato was bound to struggle in many learning areas. Read more...

Creating a Basis for Lifelong Learning
If one continues with Edublox for long enough, it creates a basis for lifelong learning. Riaan du Plessis, who attended classes for nearly eighteen months, is proof of this. Read moreÖ

From Zero to Hero
Jaide J., at the time a Grade 2 learner, started at Edublox at the end of February 2010. First attending two lessons per week, and later only one lesson per week, Jaide went from being a child who was unable to read and spell, and scored mainly 1ís and 2ís on his school report, to one whose reading and spelling are on par and who now scores 3ís and 4ís on his school report. Read more...