General advice to parents
Welcome to Ann Arbor - the country's leading publisher and distributor of materials and resources for children with special educational needs.
Your child has probably had a psychological or teacher assessment which has identified his or her strengths and weaknesses. The recommendation in the report may have suggested that you look at reading material, spelling resources, writing activities or perceptual training exercises.
Some children may have been diagnosed with mathematical difficulties.
For spelling resources see:
For Perceptual Training see:
For Handwriting see:
For help with Reading Development see:
For help with Mathematical skills see:
Do not hesitate to contact our Clinical Assessment Consultants for guidance. Use this link.