Neurosensory is a specialised educational therapy and remedial teaching practice that provides educational support and remedial teaching for children and adults alike who have learning disorders or learning difficulties.
What is neurosensory
Neurosensory is a specialised educational and remedial teaching practice that provides educational therapy and remedial teaching for children and adults alike who have learning disorders or learning difficulties.
We operate irrespective of age, ethnicity, economic status, cultural background, religion or area or level of disability and treat both child and adult with dignity and respect.
See Antonia Canaris explain the Neurosensory difference.
Multisensory learning combines the auditory (hearing), the visual (seeing), and the kinaesthetic (tactile – touch and movement) into a powerful and dynamic learning tool.
At Neurosensory we practice the Orton Gillingham multisensory approach to treatment of learning disorders and difficulties. We commonly help patients dealing with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD and autism spectrum disorders, as well as those with generalised learning disorders.
Multisensory learning utilises multiple pathways into the brain including the visual, the auditory and the kinaesthetic (touch and feel) to allow new information learnt to pass from short-term memory into long-term memory for better recall.
At neurosensory we work with experienced educators who lead their field.
Antonia specialises in multisensory therapy for students of all ages with learning disorders including the assessment of dyslexia and its associated learning difficulties. Antonia is experienced in helping people with a range of conditions including; ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, epilepsy related learning disorders, intellectual delay and giftedness.
Antonia provides educational assessments for schools, TAFE, University and employment purposes.
Kharul is a trained Orton-Gillingham Practitioner with four years experience teaching at the Dyslexia Association of Singapore, in addition to her years of mainstream teaching and working with special needs students.
Therese has 4 years experience as an ESL teacher (teaching English as a second language) and over 1-year experience using the Orton-Gillingham approach.
Francis (alias Frank) is a qualified history and English teacher with a Masters degree in secondary teaching from Western Sydney University. Francis has taught in the UK and Australia for just over 18 months and has 3 years tutoring experience prior to leaving for the UK.