How It Works

Teacher

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 is Followed By Intensive Practice

Similarities:

  • The Lexercise Structured Literacy Curriculum is a systematic, explicit, cumulative, diagnostic-prescriptive curriculum.
  • Every session include direct instruction and practice, covering all the domains of literacy, from speech to print.
  • There is a strong commitment to science-backed best-practice.
  • Therapists must demonstrate their qualifications.

Differences:

  • Traditional services are done on a physical tabletop. Lexercise teletherapy is done in a live, face-to-face web-conference, using a virtual, interactive tabletop, allowing you to work from anywhere.
  • In traditional services you may not be able to set your own hours whereas in the Lexercise model you always set you own days & hours.In traditional services you have to purchase assessments and kits, spend time planning lessons and keeping records and managing billing and accounting. The Lexercise platform includes everything you need to make a practice successful, including tools for assessments; lesson-planning; word-bank building’ direct, multisensory and explicit instruction; intensive practice; progress-monitoring; client communications; and business management (record-keeping, marketing, billing & accounting).
  • In traditional services you are tied to a locality and can only reach clients living nearby. But with Lexercise you can help clients in homes and schools, no matter where they live.