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1:1 Individual Learning Support
(Chinese, English and Maths Learning Support)
We understand children with special learning needs. Supporting individually, we set individual learning goals and provide dyslexia training with innovative learning strategies, to facilitate them in becoming independent learners. From word recognition, to be able to write and proofread, our curriculum targets their needs and bridge them to adopt in the school curriculum.
“Spell to Read” Group
Teaching children with dyslexia to learn the differences between letter names and letter sounds. Through training which can help overcome dyslexia such as spelling with visual strategies, and pronouncing words by sound-blending strategies, children will be able to read by syllables and understand full comprehensions systematically.
Davis®Dyslexia Correction Program

The Davis® Dyslexia Correction Program is an internationally recognized program that originated from the United States in the 1980s. It is now practiced in 45 nations in over 30 languages.

This program teaches clients the ways to recognize and control the mental state that leads to distorted and confused perceptions of letters, words, and numerals. The above techniques can help tackle problems associated with dyslexia.

(Soft-skills Development Program for SEN)
Everyone can shine. This dyslexia training program aims to empower children to identify their own strengths and potentials, to build soft skills for their future careers. Through various hands-on experiences, children will equip with equivalent skills benefit for both their academic and career development, such as questioning skill, summarisation skill, prioritizing skill, organization skill, problem-solving skill, etc.

Every holiday, we organise different day-camps about various topics related to social issues or common growth-development issues. Children learn different topics outside the classroom, such as the Purposes of Studying, Value of Money, Understanding the difficulties of Parents, etc. Children are set with individual goals to achieve their potential during the camps.

About our Centre Programmes – FAQs:

We all understand how stressful it can be when it comes to Chinese or English dictation for dyslexic children. Looking at the hopeless scores, some parents might think their children are lazy. However, it actually tells us how struggling they were when they tried to retrieve words in dictation, even though they put great effort into revising.

 The scores cannot tell the challenges that dyslexic children face in Chinese or English dictation, however, the words they have written can. In order to seek a suitable approach or intervention to help dyslexic children, we should analyse which type(s) of words they cannot retrieve in English dictation. For example, whether the wrong words belong to words with abstract meaning like “although” or “of”‘; whether the wrong words are mixed up with words of similar sounds/ shapes like “shake” and “snake”, or “clean” and “cream”. 

At Boaz, there are different approaches and strategies to learn words. Through analysing the needs of your child, we can provide suitable intervention and help facilitate your child in dictating English words.

Depending on which area(s) does a dyslexic child need to work on. There are programmes targeting English spelling, phonics, reading, and writing strategies. However, one cannot fit all and parents should choose the programmes for children based on their needs and ability. Research finds that most dyslexic children perform better in visual and imagery, as well, the hands-on learning approach is easier for them to understand. Therefore, learning with visual and kinesthetic elements is more effective for them.

 The curriculum at Boaz is developed by our founder, who also suffered from dyslexia when she was young. It is dyslexic-tailored, combining visual and kinesthetic learning strategies that can help equip children with strategies to learn independently.

No, they also have difficulties in other aspects, such as, understanding grammar, summarising ideas in reading, organising ideas in writing, etc.

The problem in words we can see is only the surface, in order to help the children with dyslexia, we need to look at their academic performance comprehensively and analyse the needs. With understanding the needs of the children, we can provide the most suitable intervention for them.

It is a good question. Most of the time, we see a dyslexic child is generally weak in their academic performance but it is hard for the child to take all kinds of programmes. At Boaz, we analyse the needs of the children in the first session, which is the initial screening. With the screening, we can understand their needs and prioritise the goals. After consultation with the parents, we will set individual learning plans and provide effective support for the children, aiming to equip the children with strategies and be able to learn independently.

Parents should understand that it is impossible to completely cure the problem of dyslexia after completing 4 lessons. At Boaz, we believe continuous support can fully facilitate the learning of the child. In 3 months, we should be seeing there is progress and improvement in the child. Depending on the needs and ability of the child, it is expected for a child to reach a key stage in the programme within one and a half to two years of time.

Depending on the child’s needs, we will suggest the best solutions and plans during the consultation session with parents after the completion of screening. For more information on the screening, please visit our screening page. Talk with us, we may find ways out for your child and ease your worries. Let’s start from the basics!