Kindergarten. Perhaps this is your child’s first year in a formal school environment. Perhaps he or she attended a church preschool or a local playground. Maybe he or she was even a pre-kindergarten student. Kindergarten is, nonetheless, a vital cornerstone of your child’s education. Camp Academia, Inc. can help prepare your child and your family for kindergarten. First and foremost, Camp Academia, Inc., is an institution of learning. It is also an educational firm that specializes in enhancing cognitive processing speed. Processing speed is the most reliable indicator of a child’s reading ability. A cognitive evaluation for your child will inform your family about his or her cognitive abilities.
A cognitive evaluation investigates your child’s strengths and weaknesses in areas most relevant to reading. A recent study, conducted by Annmarie Urso, investigated the correlation between slow processing speeds and poor reading skills. Urso administered the following Woodcock Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities: Verbal Comprehension, Visual-Auditory Learning, Sound Blending, Visual Matching, Numbers Reversed, Decision Speed, Rapid Picture Naming and Pair Cancellation and Cross-out. Camp Academia, Inc. completes the same tests in its cognitive evaluations. These tests yield a measurement of your child’s processing speed, which correlates directly with reading ability during his or her academic journey.
Call 706-884-4492 today to schedule your child’s cognitive evaluation.
It is important to know where your child stands cognitively. A cognitive evaluation predicts your child’s learning capabilities before he or she enters school. If there is an issue, you will be able to identify it and pursue a solution before your child even begins his or her education.
Early intervention is the key to identifying, addressing and treating learning disabilities. It is also essential for understanding your child’s cognitive foundations before he or she enters kindergarten. Camp Academia, Inc.’s cognitive processing software, Brainjogging, can enhance cognitive processing speed for students whose processing speeds are slower than desirable. Brainjogging sessions provide additional support for students in need of cognitive enhancement.
Feel good about where your child stands cognitively; a cognitive evaluation will illustrate the nuances of your child’s cognitive framework even before he or she begins school and problems can be identified by a teacher.
Urso, Annmarie. Processing speed as a predictor of poor reading. Diss. University of Arizona, 2008. Ann Arbor: UMI, 2008. Print.