Discover How Mental Imagery is The Essential Key to Unlocking Learning Success
Is your child navigating the challenges of dyslexia, dyscalculia, or other learning difficulties?
Explore the groundbreaking and strength-focused methodology at Jumpstarting™ Learning Skills, proven to help master the essential language and math proficiency skills in individuals facing dyslexia and often related challenges like dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and ADD/ADHD.
Beyond the ordinary academic advantages, our approach leverages inherent strengths, whilst simultaneously fostering mental resilience and overall wellbeing.
By implementing our groundbreaking method, individuals can gain the following benefits:
At Jumpstarting™ Learning Skills, we celebrate the distinctive strengths embedded in our approach. Recognising that dyslexia is not a hindrance but a unique learning style, our personalised process aims not only to enhance academic performance but also to foster mental resilience. We have witnessed hundreds of students flourish academically, emotionally and socially.
We see learning difficulties such as dyslexia,
The visual process has been fab and we have particularly noticed the benefit when learning the weekly spellings – it has taken less than half the time and the heartache we used to go through in order to learn the spellings has been pretty much eradicated!
I used to think I was dumbest kid in the class, now I KNOW I am not stupid! I am so happy!
How The Jumpstarting™ Process Works
From what I am seeing mental imagery is the missing piece of the puzzle for a number of children who are struggling with phonics and it can be used with any phonics scheme. The Jumpstarting™ Process excites me more than anything else I have seen in over 30 years of teaching.
The Jumpstarting™ Learning Skills Online Programme is really well put together. The information is very clear and makes complete sense. My son is thrilled that this new method works so well. This finally seems to be a method that is worth sticking with!!
"I have found that grounding works very well for all children. It is particularly useful when starting off work in the morning and after break times when the children can be a little giddy or unsettled after break times. The children themselves have commented on how calm the classroom is after we use it. I have also started to let the children talk us through the grounding.