Learning Success Program #Review

May 22, 2014



Is your child having trouble in school? I have a son that goes back and forth with learning, some days he does really well and others, not so much. When I was offered a chance to review the Learning Success Program I was definitely up for it. 
The Learning Success Program is a simple do-at-home program that will show you have to find the core problems and overcome them. Learning is made up of basic core skills. There are 16 total. Typical learning difficulites are small weaknesses in a combination of two or three of these skills. 
The Learning Success Program helps overcome learning difficulties such as:  
  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
  • ADD/ADHD 
Each of these terms simply means that there is a weakness in two or more of these basic learning skills. This doesn't define which. Once you start the course you will quikcly find the trouble spots. My middle son was diagnosed with ADHD and with The Learning Success Program he seems more focused. It has taught him ways to use different skills and hone into things he does better, ways that he learns better. It helps him determine which way to go with his learning. And while it is helping with direction it also helps with confidence, since he is able to understand more and focus more. 

The course is delivered via email and you recieve emails daily with exercises you print out and do with your child. This program takes about 15-20 minutes a day and can be done 3-5 days a week. Results are typically seen at about 3 months but that does vary per child. Severe problems can take up to a year to overcome so just be patient. 

To learn more about The Learning Success Program visit their site, here.
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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