Learning Success Review and Giveaway!

As most of you know, my 7 year old son has Autism, and while he is incredibly brilliant in some areas, in others he is lacking. His brain simply cannot process certain things, the way that mine or his daddys would. As you can imagine, this has made school a little more difficult for him, and while the program he is in at school, has helped him immensely, there is still a deficit there. I knew that there is something more that can be done to help him, I just didnt know what it was or where to even start looking.

So you can imagine how thrilled I was when I saw a promotion for Learning Success, a program that was built for kids like my son. Kids with Dyslexia (reading), Dyscalculia (Math), Dygraphia (Writing), and ADD/ADHD.

This program is done at home, for 15-20 a day, 3-5 days a week, and delivered via email. You receive an email everyday, outlining which lesson you might want to focus on, and a link is provided where you can download and print out the lesson. The creator of this combination of lessons, Liz Weaver, walks you through how to apply the lessons, and suggests creating a binder. There are 16 core lessons, and depending on how many days a week you use the program, you will be doing anywhere from 4 lessons a day, to 9 lessons a day.

I opted to do a 5 day week with my son, which calls for 8 lessons a day, that I space out so as not to cause him any fatigue. After he starts back to school at the end of August, I will set him on a 5 day week, with 4 lessons day. I can honestly say that I have already started to see a change in my son…not so much with his ability to learn (that can take at least 3 months), but more so in his attitude about learning. He is excited to do the program, and I will admit, that the lessons are fun!

I look forward to seeing what the future brings for my son, both in and away from school. Now you might have an idea that your child has a learning disability, but you arent positive. Well, this program has designed two assessment tests that will help aid you in determining if your child truly is having difficulties. There is one for Dyslexia, and one for Dyscalculia. If after taking the assessments, you discover that your child needs this program, you have a few options; you can go with a 3 month (starter program), a 6 month (needs a little more help), or a 12 month program (get back to grade level), you can find pricing for these programs HERE.

As excited as I was to be able to review this program, I am even more excited, that the creator has allowed me to run a giveaway that will let 1 lucky reader win a Learning Success Program of their own. I truly hope that this program brings as much success to your family, as it has so far, to mine. So, that being said, do your Rafflecopter thing below, and Good Luck!

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2 thoughts on “Learning Success Review and Giveaway!

  • January 15, 2020 at 12:13 pm
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    Hello can you give us an update since 2014 (published article) how your son’s progress improved/not improved with the Learning Success program before we make a decision to purchase? It would really be appreciated if you could be specific to the improved/not improved areas, please. Thanking you kindly

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    • mamadews
      February 8, 2020 at 7:42 pm
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      Hi Michelle,

      I am so sorry that it took me so long to respond. For some reason, my comments aren’t notifying me in real-time!

      Anyway, to your question. My son is now a few months from 13, and we have graduated from using the program, and I can honestly say that this program DID set my son on a path that he has been successful on. His reading ability improved, as did his spelling. In fact, I noticed that he was able to pronounce words that we had not yet gone over, simply because we had been able to, through this program, train his brain to recognize sight words that he was then able to apply to bigger and more complex words.

      As for math, the biggest improvement I saw for him, did not come from this program, but rather from one called Reflex Math, so I highly suggest checking that one out. If you want more information about that one, by all means, please feel free to reach out to me, and we can chat. You can always reach me through the blog’s Facebook page, at https://facebook.com/lovemamadews just drop me a line!

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