Category Archives: Clinician Articles

Sentence Patterns in English

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 …

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 Blog Posts, 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 …