Why does SPELD NZ assessment and tuition work so well?
Learning issues are often a sign that a brain works differently. SPELD NZ aspires to very high professional standards and we use proven, research-based methods to greatly enhance learning outcomes for those with dyslexia.
The University of Auckland’s Associate Professor of Psychology, Karen Waldie, noted that SPELD NZ intervention resulted in “vast improvements in thinking ability, cognitive fluency and processing speed”.
What’s more, the New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies published the research findings, noting the improvements were “testament to the ability of the brain to be modified, presumably via strengthened neural connectivity.”