Every problem has
a solution. by Michelle Leuhman
That's the sort of proactive response any parent of a child with a learning disability would like to hear. June Webb is the founder and key player at Focus on Individual Learning Centre. It is a unique centre here in Singapore because it faces head on the issues of "Special Learning". The focus is on the child, not the disability. In this centre all children can, with the correct learning, perform well in life and in school.
The basis of the programme is five assessment areas: visual congruence - how well does the child use their eyes to focus, change focus and manage changes in depth of vision; audio processing - how well does the individual distinguish, process and understand sounds and what they mean; primitive reflexes - has the body adopted and learnt how to use the muscels independently or has the muscle memory not been completely comprehensive in its development; symbol mastery - can the brain understand and retain the basics of symbols, letters, numbers and combinations to enable it to comprehend the basics of language; and linear sequencing - as an individual can the person follow the linear sequencing of numbers, times, written text or do they find it difficult to follow what most of us consider basic.
You can contact June at Focus on Individual Learning on 9835 4030 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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