LAP is fun! I like the reading exercises (Level 3) and the “fill in the blanks” (Level 2). The rhythm exercises with b and d are not my favorite (Level 2.11). I can do the rhythm, but I confuse b and d.
Dr. Smith is the author of “You Don’t Have to Be Dyslexic“ and “Learning Victories.“ During her forty years in research and program development, she has focused on clarifying the attributes which constitute learning challenges and building the skills to increase attribute function. Her present studies are focusing on the interaction of diet and brain function and she has completed her training as a nutritional/therapeutic chef. She has been successful in resolving learning issues concerning memory, attention and executive function skills. With this knowledge, Dr. Smith created the highly successful EDU-Therapeutics certification training program and materials.
Joan M. Smith, Ed.D. is a licensed Educational Psychologist and Speech Pathologist in the state of California and a Diplomat, Board of Disability Analysts. She is the director for Learning Time, Inc. a non-profit California 501 (C)(3) corporation and has operated multiple Melvin-Smith Learning Centers and American Preparatory School in Sacramento until the corporate offices moved in 1995. She is presently concentrating on providing consultation, assessment, system development, and certification training.