Lexercise is a literacy program that provides you and your child with lessons, games, and activities based on the latest research in reading science and the Orton -Gillingham approach. Guided by our comprehensive structured literacy curriculum, your child will soon be reading and spelling with confidence.
With over 40 years of experience, we have helped tens of thousands of parents identify and treat dyslexia and other learning challenges. We built our Basic Therapy program to make it easy and affordable for all families to provide solutions for their struggling readers, right at home.
Lexercise Basic Therapy normally costs $150 per month, but if you sign up today with code GETCOZY, you get 30% OFF for the duration of the program. Get dyslexia help for about $25 per week!
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Children who complete the Lexercise program improve 3 grade levels on average! We are so confident your child will succeed with our dyslexia program that we offer a 14-day money-back guarantee.* Read reviews from parents of children, just like yours, who tried our Basic Therapy dyslexia program.
“…[My son] was unable to spell and he became increasingly anxious and under confident. I couldn’t get any support for my son through his school and I was worried that, in time, this would have a detrimental impact on his future studies. The program has been life changing. [My son] has learnt how to see patterns and use tools to spell words. He went from writing one sentence where he was unable to spell one word correctly to writing several sentences with the odd incorrect word. [He] has grown in confidence and has been able to acknowledge himself the improvement he has made. As a mum, I feel happier that he is better prepared for secondary school and that he is not so anxious to put pen to paper....”
The website is user friendly. The resources are fantastic. Although I didn’t feel the need to contact [our therapist], I knew I could contact her if I needed to. She always replied promptly and provided support as and when I needed it. She also emailed me from time to time to see how things were going and to let me know that she was checking in on [my son]’s progress. This program is worth every penny and although it does demand dedication from both the child and parent, it is certainly worth it in the end.
“After reviewing several programs, it seemed like the best fit. I like that it has direct lessons but then several days of independent practice to review what was taught. My son has trouble focusing for long periods of time. The length of the daily practice works well for him. If the direct lesson is a long one, I can break it into two sessions to make it work for my son. The flexibility in the program is key for us.
“My son was about two school years behind in reading. It also took him a very long time to write even one sentence. Writing frustrated him as much as reading, if not more. We’ve only been doing the program for about three months and I’ve seen such growth in him. He is able to consistently read and spell multi-syllable words and words with consonant blends. The best part is watching him gain confidence in his abilities. He’s actually said multiple times that he finds the program fun.”
“I am thankful for Lexercise…Once [my son] sensed his improvement, there was no turning back. The most gratifying part of this phase of [his] life, was to see his self-confidence flourish alongside his reading skills. Today, [he] has overcome his dyslexia so dramatically, that he is an A-student in Honors English as a high school junior, and plans to take Advanced Placement (AP) English Literature next year as a senior. He will soon be applying to some of the top universities in the country. The vicious cycle that once left him feeling ‘dumb’ (reading poorly > not being interested > therefore continuing to read poorly) was obviously never about his intelligence. Lexercise was the key tool that helped [him] to unlock not only his reading potential, but his self-confidence…he… no longer feels like his dyslexia is a ‘disability.’ In fact, we have always marveled at the different way [his] brain works, how he troubleshoots solutions to all kinds of problems that the rest of us ‘non-dyslexics’ in the family didn’t imagine. We are very proud of who he has become. Thank you, Lexercise!”
Join Marie, Lorna, and thousands of other parents who trust the Lexercise Basic Therapy program for dyslexia treatment.
*If you are not happy with Lexercise Basic Therapy, just call us in your first 14 days of using it and tell us what you didn’t like about it, and we’ll refund your money. Read more here.
Structured literacy (Orton-Gillingham) is the gold standard for dyslexia treatment and has been scientifically-backed by more than three decades of research from The National Institutes of Health. Not only is structured literacy the only effective method to help struggling readers and writers, but overall, it is also the best way to teach the foundations of literacy to all students.
Overcoming dyslexia, and other literacy challenges requires brain training to build new connections between sounds and letters. It takes repetition and hard work to automate your child’s new skills. With our Basic Therapy program, you will have access to fun and engaging games that focus exactly on what your child needs, and can be completed independently on any laptop or tablet.
Join the thousands of families that have found success with Lexercise’s online dyslexia program and take advantage of this special, 30% OFF offer.
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