While learning to speak is natural, learning to read is not. Children need to use parts of the brain designed for other activities. They must learn to transform what they see into speech, a language code which already has meaning for them.
In our modern world, strong reading skills are critical for children to succeed in study and to maximize their potential in life. By year 3 children are expected to be reading to learn, rather than learning to read. Reading continues to be difficult for about 30% of children, despite good teaching and additional support. Cellfield offers new hope for those with reading difficulties. s stimulate the entire inner ear, including the parts that positively affect both auditory and motor functions.
Brain imaging research shows that poor readers have fewer reading brain circuits and in the wrong places. This makes reading laborious and too slow for good comprehension.
Because these are neurological differences, it is unlikely that the skills required for good reading can quickly be achieved through usual remediation methods alone. A brain plasticity based intervention like Cellfield is required.
Cellfield is a scientific brain plasticity based intervention conducted over three months. This is an intensive intervention which includes:
Cellfield participants on average improve ONE to TWO years in reading skills in just 14 days. There is no other program which can consistently show the same results in such a short time interval.