For reading specialists, educational therapists, teachers, homeschoolers, and parents.
That bring delight to learning
I watched your presentation on the Dyslexic Advantage website. Loved it!! I'm a mum of a 12 year old with Dyslexia and ADHD. I was looking for help for my son to help make the transition to high school where greater self management is needed. Thanks!!
I am also an Orton Gillingham Therapist and will recommend your resources to teachers and parents. Always searching for fantastic resources and yours are top of my list!! What you do is so important to raising the awareness of dyslexia and learning difficulties and resourcing those who seek effective intervention. - Cheers, Rhonda
Dr. Warren's materials are fun, easy to use, and very effective with a wide-range of students struggling with a variety of critical thinking skills. Her materials contain high-interest topics, presented in a kid-friendly manner, and capture the essence of a variety of fundamental thinking, reasoning, and learning skills. The elementary and middle school students find the content manageable, interesting, and engaging. In fact, many of my students look forward to doing work from Dr. Warren's materials, which are subsequently used as "reinforcers" that the students can "earn" once they've completed their work. What a testament to the value of her materials. I highly recommend Dr. Warren's tools for parents and professionals who are looking for comprehensive, effective, creative, fun and approachable materials to help build essential skills.
- IIaina Blum, Santa Monica, CA
Hello there Erica Warren, I’m 35 years old from Albania in east Europe which is the poorest country in Europe. I heard about dyslexia about 8 years ago from my friend. He had dyslexia but I did not know how to spell it when I looked on the internet. It has been one month now, and I looked again and I found your materials about dyslexia. I have watched your Multisensory Teaching for Dyslexic Students and for me is been mind opening to a new life and possibilities. It’s been one month and I have spent 6 hours watching videos and reading stuff about dyslexia. I have downloaded 5 programs that have text to speech and so on. Thanks for your time. - Blerim Asllani, Albania
- Molly Hart, Reading Therapist, Washington, DC
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Attention: Dr. Erica Warren
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All Of Dr. Erica Warren’s sites and projects:
Learning Specialist Courses:https://www.learningspecialiscourses.com
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/warrenerica1
Monthly Newsletter sign-up: https://app.convertkit.com/landing_pages/69400
Private practice: http://learningtolearn.biz
Online store: http://www.goodsensorylearning.com/
Dyslexia resources: http://www.dyslexiamaterials.com
Dyslexia video podcast, video blogs, and resources: https://www.godyslexia.com
ABOUT DR. ERICA WARREN
Author, Learnings Specialist, Educational Therapist, and Personal Trainer for the Brain
Aspiring to empower learners of all ages and abilities, Dr. Warren created a special degree program that united research and course-work in Educational Psychology, Special Education, School Psychology, and Adult Education. Her doctorate, in Education from the University of Georgia, focused on the impact of learning difficulties across the life-span, life-long issues in learning, and comprehensive diagnostic evaluations. Additionally, Dr. Warren completed a Masters degree in Educational Psychology, which focused on life-span development, cognition, and learning. Finally, Dr. Warren also has a bachelors degree in fine arts.
Dr. Warren’s diverse training has created a well-rounded expertise in the areas of learning, cognition, assessment and remediation. Much of Dr. Warren’s time remains devoted to working one-on-one with students where her unique, multisensory approach focuses on compensatory learning strategies, cognitive interventions and remedial reading, writing and math. Dr. Warren founded Learning to Learn, her private practice in 1999, Good Sensory Learning in 2006 and Dyslexia Materials in 2013.