Reading and Learning Difficulties
Learning difficulties are a concern for a significant percentage of students, parents, and teachers.
Specific learning disabilities consist in a disorder pertaining to language comprehension and use, spoken or written.
The child cannot hear, think, speak, write, pronounce words, or perform mathematical calculations.
The range of learning difficulties is wide, but the most frequent one regards a difficulty in reading (dyslexia).
Dyslexia is a learning disability expressed as a difficulty in decoding and comprehending a text. It should not be confused with other reading difficulties that are due to visual and hearing inabilities, low intelligence, or insufficient education. It is estimated that people with dyslexia amount to 5-17% of the population; however, the rates of early diagnosis, even nowadays, remain very low.
The R.A.D.A.R. method, through its specialized software, evaluates a child’s reading competence easily and quickly. It is the first time that there is the capability of recording several parameters that affect a person’s reading competence. The test is quick and reader-friendly. The only thing the reader has to do is read a text in front of a computer screen without the use of special glasses or other tools.