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Homeschooling Programs

Sometimes a child needs more than a parent can give.

Parents who homeschool their children do so for a variety of reasons.  Some of the most compelling reasons for parents to homeschool include:


  • You are unhappy with the quality of your child’s current educational system.


  • You want to strengthen your family bond and increase time spent together.


  • Your child has learning disabilities that are not being properly addressed in a traditional setting.


  • You have religious convictions or needs that are not met in the traditional school setting.


  • You are concerned for your child’s safety and welfare.


  • Your child has been a victim of bullying.

What ever your reason for homeschooling, the choice to homeschool does not come without its challenges.  Parents who homeschool their children are strong and determined individulals who put their child's needs and welfare at the top of their list of priorities.   


Sometimes, despite a parent's best efforts, a homeschooled child needs more than a parent can deliver. If your child is having trouble learning there may be a very simple reason.  Effortless learning depends upon strong cognitive skills, if cognitive skills are weak, a child will struggle with learning and may experience any of the following:


  • Difficulty following directions

  • Frequently needing instructions to be repeated

  • Trouble remembering

  • Easily distracred

  • Difficulty with reading


Reading & Learning PATHWAYS offers homeschooled children the opportunity to develop the core learning skills of memory, attention, processing and sequencing that are essential for a lifetime of effortless learning.  


The programs used by Reading & Learning PATHWAYS were designed to be fun and engaging.  The developers of the programs recognized that if a child is not enjoying the learning process, they will not fully engage or benefit from it.  Designed by some of the top neuroscientists in the Unitied States, the programs can be accomplished in only one hour a day, five days a week, for an average of six months. At the end of the program children have established life-long skills that support successful learning in all academic areas. Children also experience a profound sense of accomplishment and a new found confidence.  


The program constantly adjusts every time a student gives a response and maintains an 80% correct level which ensures the child is neither over nor under challenged.  Read about the science behind these programs in Chapter 3 of Norman Doidge's The Brain That Changes Itself.  


  • Take the struggle out of learning to read  


  • Develop foundational learning skills


  • Give your child the gift of learning that lasts a life time

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