How It Works


Lexercise Therapy Methods

Chancery Script

Dysgraphia & Handwriting Therapy

A fun and multisensory way to master each letter's unique movement path and gain fluency in handwriting

Spectacular Sentences

Sentence Formulation Therapy

A multisensory, sequential approach to writing clear, descriptive sentences

Structured Literacy

Reading, Spelling & Vocabulary Therapy

The scientifically proven method for teaching reading, spelling and vocabulary to struggling students

Mind's Eye

Memory and Comprehension Therapy

A proven approach to improving memory and comprehension using visual images

Mindful Meditation

For improving attention and managing stress.

Methods for improving attention and managing the stress and anxiety that often accompany learning struggles

Demo for Prospective Teletherapy Partners

This 9 minute video shows the organization of the Lexercise Structured Literacy Curriculum and some examples of lesson teaching resources.

Direct Instruction and Practice are Separated

There are many ways Lexercise Teletherapy is different from traditional therapy done across a tabletop. But one of the key differences is that Lexercise separates the teaching of new material (direct instruction) from the practice of that material.

Using structured literacy therapy as an example, in traditional Orton-Gillingham therapy the tutor or therapist sees the student for a 45 to 60 minute session 2 to 4 times a week. During a session the therapist usually teaches the student some new material and does some practice activities with the student.

In contrast, Lexercise splits the direct instruction and practice. You meet with your client once per week in a video session where you teach them new material, do some initial practice with them, and then set up their daily practice. Then on the other days of the week your client practices and reinforces what they learned from you in the live session by doing games and activities through their online account. (Lexercise clients get on average 400% more practice than clients doing a twice-a-week traditional O-G session. That’s over 600 response challenges per week!)

All of this allows you to focus your one-on-one, live video session on teaching new lesson material and using your expertise to address each client’s individual needs because the Lexercise platform is providing your client much more practice than would be humanly possible in the traditional therapy model.