5 Reasons to Start or Continue Academic Therapy in the Summer

 Learning made fun at Read Write! Join our community of students and teachers for one on one therapy this summer! 

Learning made fun at Read Write! Join our community of students and teachers for one on one therapy this summer! 

  1. No homework. No tests. Summer means less stress! Students are more open to learning without the stress of school which makes the summer a perfect time to start (or ramp up) academic therapy.
  2. When school is out, students have more time to play, be with their families, and ...attend academic therapy! It's much easier (and more enjoyable) to fit in without sports practices and bus schedules to work around.
  3. Research shows that students tend to lose academic skills over the summer. Students with learning differences are especially at risk! Prevent the summer slide by enrolling in academic therapy.
  4. The summer is a great time for students to gain confidence in their skills and abilities. Students who participate in academic therapy in the summer months start school with an extra pep in their step and confidence to tackle the year ahead! (Parents feel better too!)
  5. Have fun! Academics can be fun? Yes! Our instruction is hands on and interactive. Learning is fun at Read Write! Fight the "I'm bored!" refrain from your kids with an activity that sharpens the brain - summer therapy at Read Write!
 About the Author: Hunter Oswalt is the Director of Read Write Baldwin County. She is looking forward to returning to the clinic this summer after her maternity leave with Baby Harris! She, and the Read Write teachers can't wait to "seize the summer!"

About the Author: Hunter Oswalt is the Director of Read Write Baldwin County. She is looking forward to returning to the clinic this summer after her maternity leave with Baby Harris! She, and the Read Write teachers can't wait to "seize the summer!"