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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Learning Disabilities At-Home Program Review and Giveaway

Every parent wants to see their child succeed at all they do. We don't want to see our children suffering through the bumpy roads of life, especially if we can do something about it. When it comes to learning disabilities or struggling at school, you can help!

Learning Link Technologies has a great at-home program available that you can use to help your child get back on track or keep them on track with their education. You can use the program by DVD or online. 

The program was developed over the past twenty years and includes:

•Weekly brain retraining that rebuilds neural passages in the brain

•Daily and weekly sensory building activities

•Easy to understand instructions

•Workbooks for independent activities

•One hour weekly sessions

•20 minute daily sessions

•Weekly lesson plans that are laid out for anyone to understand and use

•The tried and true formula for success that helps students achieve grade level success

As a former teacher, I can really appreciate all that this program offers. They use a holistic approach, involving all the senses to help find your child's weak spots and then help correct them.

You can start using this program as young as age 3, which is the age that my son is. Now, while I haven't noticed any learning problems exhibited by my son, I know that this is still a valuabe tool, because it will only enhance his learning ability.
 
The program is divided into 12 sections. Typically each section takes 4-6 weeks but it could go much faster or slower depending on how well your child does. Each day you spend a short amount of time with your child performing the exercises for that day, such as pointing in the same direction as the arrows he/she sees on the paper. When you hit a trouble spot, you just spend more time on that exercise until it becomes easy. That means the program will take somewhere between 12 and 18 months to complete. But, don't feel daunted by this. It breaks down to about 3 hours a week, and that is not much, especially once you see progress start to happen!
 
You can find out more about learning disabilites on their website. Then, choose between the DVD program or online program.
 
I recommend this program to all parents whose children have learning disabilites or who want to catch any learning disabilities early, which is very important! Take the steps to helping your child overcome the frustrations that come with these issues! Be a part of your child's education and success!

We want to help you do that, so today we are offering (1) lucky winner the complete online program, which is worth $600!!!!

Here is how to enter to win it:


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The deadline for this giveaway is August 2nd at 11:59 pm EST, at which time a winner will be randomely chosen. Make sure that you include your email in your comments because if I can't get a hold of you, you can't win.

 * Harp Institute provided me with this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.*

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