Sticky Questions

Thank you for your question.

Every parent has sticky questions about their child's learning. They're all over the spectrum, from "Why does my daughter confuse the letters b and d?" to "How can my son read big words like butterfly, yet struggle with was?" to "In my child's Ed-Psych report, what does 'visual-motor response time' mean?" You can ask your questions here. I'm a trained Learning Specialist, and I've been answering questions like these for over thirty years.

Now, a short answer in this blog is no substitute for an in-depth consultation, but if you're stuck, it may be just what you need to get unstuck and help your child.

One favor: Before you post your question, please do a quick search for it on our site. I may have already answered it. If you don't find the answer, by all means, ask away in the comments section below. 

(High demand can slow me down a bit, but I respond to all questions in order, so check back regularly for your answer.)


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