Reasons for seeing a reading specialist: When a child of normal or above normal intelligence with intact auditory and visual perceptions has trouble acquiring on-grade reading skills even after months or years of traditional reading techniques.
Symptoms: Difficulty with: organization, spoken or written language, attention and concentration, memory, physical (gross and fine) motor coordination, and inappropriate social behavior.
SPEECH AND LANGUAGE SPECIALIST
Speech and language specialists are consulted when a child exhibits the following signs: difficulty following directions, delayed speech, difficulty pronouncing words, and confusion when answering questions.
If you think your child shows any of the above signs for either reading or speech/language please contact us for a consultation and more information.
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Sir Phil Harris
Telephone (732) 254-4433
Fax (732) 254-2576
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