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Dyslexia

On average, students with Dyslexia who received Seeing Stars instruction achieved significant improvements in reading. They made large standard score changes on nearly all measures. Additionally, the 27-point percentile increase in word attack put these students well within the normal range (25th–75th percentile). Their pre- to posttest results were statistically significant on all measures. The results of this study illustrate that, for students with Dyslexia, Lindamood-Bell instruction in the Seeing Stars program leads to improved reading, which is essential to achieving success with school curricula.

Student gains were measured with a battery of reading assessments.

Dyslexia Results

Background
Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers provide research-validated, one-to-one instruction to improve reading, comprehension, and math for students of all ages. In 2013, 225 students with previous third-party diagnoses of Dyslexia received an average of 103 hours of Seeing Stars instruction to develop symbol imagery for improved reading. Instruction was delivered by specially trained Lindamood-Bell staff.

Year: 2013

Number of Students: 225

Average Age: 10

Lindamood-Bell Programs Implemented: Seeing Stars

Outcome Measures: Symbol Imagery Test Lindamood Auditory Conceptualization Test-3rd Woodcock Reading Mastery Test-Revised (word attack) Slosson Oral Reading Test-R3 Wide Range Achievement Tests-4th (spelling) Gray Oral Reading Tests-4th (rate, accuracy, fluency, and comprehension)

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