Category Archives: Clinician Articles

Sentence Patterns

Readable letters and correctly spelled words are two must-have building blocks for literacy. But literacy is more than words. To be literate students must be …

Making a Case for Practice

Perhaps you’ve had this experience: you decide to learn a new skill. Let’s use bread-baking as an example, but it could easily be a foreign …

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 3: Lindsey Blackburn

In this three-part article, we have been sharing the reflections of Lexercise teletherapists about how online structured literacy intervention and online learning work.  Two weeks …

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 2: Josie Moretti

Last week we shared the reflections of Lexercise teletherapist Leahann McLaughlin.  This week, Lexercise teletherapist, Josie Moretti shares her thoughts about online structured literacy intervention. …

Bringing the Classroom Home, Part 1: Leahann McLaughlin

As you probably know, Lexercise believes in online learning!  For more than a decade, Lexercise has continually refined our online structured literacy teaching platform.  Now, …

Lexercise Online Language-Literacy Processing Evaluation

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 assistive …

September 26, 2018 in Clinician Articles, Dyslexia, Reading

In Response to Hard Words

As a speech-language pathologist, I follow carefully both the scientific research and the articles on language learning that appear in the media. Among the latter, …

How Can I Help My Struggling Reader?

If you’re reading this post, chances are good that you are concerned about your child’s reading.   Maybe in a recent parent-teacher conference you learned that …

November 22, 2015 in Clinician Articles

We Will Pay For You to Move to Hawaii!

Teletherapy has so many perks for families and therapists alike. Here are the top 3 reasons you should be a teletherapist with Lexercise: You are …

Is a Dyslexia Diagnosis Necessary?

Help Now, Diagnose Later In seven years as a special education teacher, I sat in countless meetings where we reviewed a child’s assessment scores with …

How to Encourage Reading Practice!

Practice Makes Perfect We’ve all heard the saying “practice makes perfect”, and in life we’ve all seen it’s truth. Neuroscience confirms that regular practice is a …

The Limits of Reading Accommodations

A Story About Reading Accommodations One day, a bit more than a month after we’d started therapy, I noticed that one of my clients started …