Implementation of development plans
Every student is different, and at neurosensory we implement a tailored development plan to achieve the best results.
What we do
Each student’s needs are unique, and we can only begin when we identify the needs of the individual student.
We tailor a multisensory development plan, backed by the latest in scientific research, that will assist the student in overcoming their learning and development challenges.
Our approach is:
Why does multisensory learning work?
The Orton Gillingham multisensory approach to teaching harnesses the visual, hearing, feeling, and awareness of motion to create new neural pathways.
The approach helps overcome neurological deficits that make learning difficult for those with learning disorders.
Orton Gillingham teaching sessions are unlike those seen in a typical classroom. They are action orientated and there is constant interaction between teacher and student and the use of these multisensory input channels simultaneously.
Having the student listen, speak, read, write and move, all at the same time, creates the optimal learning environment. A good example is a dyslexic learner learning the letter A. The dyslexic student is asked to say the letter ‘A’, say its name and also trace it in the air at the same time. This enhances the storage of information and successful retrieval, which translates into faster learning and development.