Category Archives: Blog-Posts

Thank you!

It’s almost Thanksgiving and so, along with family and turkey and pumpkin pie, our minds turn to gratitude. Here at Lexercise, we have many people …

Lexercise for Schools

“While we teach, we learn.” Seneca Lexercise for Schools is a win-win platform that engages students in structured literacy lessons and practice while also providing …

September 10, 2019 in Blog-Posts, Professional Education

Lexercise is Accredited by IDA

Take our online courses and earn certification in structured literacy.   As you probably know, Lexercise has long been committed to the use of research-backed …

September 6, 2019 in Blog-Posts, Professional Education

University of North Carolina Greensboro & Lexercise Partner for Professional Development

When their ideas for Lexercise were taking shape more than a decade ago, Sandie Barrie Blackley and Chad Myers set out to integrate the research-based …

August 14, 2019 in Blog-Posts, Dyslexia Treatment

Just Eight Weeks to Better Reading

If your child is a struggling reader or speller, you’ve probably tried just about everything. You’ve talked to teachers, counselors, and school administrators. You’ve talked …

July 23, 2019 in Blog-Posts, Dyslexia Treatment

Drawing Parallels: Literacy and Music

Learning to read and write – what we call literacy – is a lot like learning to play a musical instrument. When we hear a …

Face-to-Face with Lexercise

Jen Parra, Lexercise therapist and founder/owner/executive director of Multisensory Reading Center, says she had a “run-of-the-mill childhood.” Born and raised in the Denver area, she …

Building a System for Literacy

In a recent post, we discussed the value of using systems to achieve goals. In our last post, we talked about the importance of using …

Lexercise Online Language-Literacy Processing Evaluation

Overview: Our online evaluation is designed to determine the cause of a person’s language-literacy difficulties and to recommend the most appropriate treatment methods, accommodations and …

Reading Instruction Reconsidered

When it comes to teaching kids to read – especially children with dyslexia and other language processing disorders – are we on the right track? …

BREAKING: Supreme Court Rules For A Special Education Student

In a ground-breaking decision the Supreme Court last week ruled that school districts must give students with disabilities an opportunity to make “appropriately ambitious” academic progress. For …

Are Dyslexia Fonts Helpful?

We don’t know yet. They may be, but they also may not. There are some sites that will let you download them for free but …