We're here today with gr who's 10 years old. And why don't you tell us in your own words where you were and what kind of problems you had before? What are you noticing now after, after this part of therapy?
With my comprehension and reading, it was definitely a lot harder to, to stay where I am. If I took a little break, I would have to reread the full entire page to figure out where I was now. I can just, I can go right back to where I was, and I can realize if I read something and I am leaving something, I don't get headaches as much as I did when I was reading. And that wasn't, that was rare for me to even get a headache and I would get it more often than usual, definitely math too. Like there was a lot of reading and I would skip over certain things because now I can just read the. Liner will understand what I'm reading and before I just skipped over things. And when you do skip over things in like a word problem, they're not gonna understand what you're doing. So my grades have gotten
Better. Awesome. That's great.
What can you tell us about handwriting? Oh, my handwriting. It has gone in like much better. Like I would say it wasn't, it was not good as pretty sloppy before now. It's definitely neater and better.
That's great. That's awesome. Awesome. How do you feel about yourself now?
I feel a lot more confident in what I'm doing, especially at tasks before I was like, am I reading this right? Second guessing myself now I'm not hesitant at all. I'm answering questions a lot faster than these.
So you now going into what grade? Fifth grade. Okay. And you mentioned in the survey that you're, you feel like you're reading faster and better comprehension, like you mentioned better coordinated and what way
Better running much more organized. I can see where I'm putting something and I can see, especially with my preference, I can see where I'm going and where to make sure I'm hitting a pole, even in general, like to make sure I'm doing everything
Good. You mentioned fewer reversals, which means you're not reversing letters or are words good, less fatigue, less strain people to do your work for longer periods. That's great. Wonderful. I think you did great. You're you're doing beautiful now. Let's try let's pan over to dad. Dad, what are you noticing? Everything she said,
But, yeah, the comprehension weakness, being able to stay on a certain particular line when she reading come back to it.
I think she don't worry. Yeah. I agree with you. I think this year in school is going to be a lot easier for you. A lot more confident you'll be able to accomplish more. We're so proud of how well you've done. Thank you. Great. Thanks so much.