PROFESSIONALS ARE SAYING ABOUT
LOVE AND LEARNING
READING HELPS CHILDREN LEARN LANGUAGE!
Love and Learning is an effective program that
provides materials and practical suggestions to help children with Down syndrome
learn to read. Many of the families who attend the program at Loyola College
in Maryland have used Love and Learning with great success. The combination
of audiotape, visual text and videotape is based on sound learning principles.
Libby Kumin, Ph.D. , CCC-SLP
Chairperson, Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology
Loyola College in Maryland
Author: Communication Skills in Children with Down Syndrome
As a special educator,
I was optimistic about your program but was also realistic. To my ultimate
amazement, I have WONDERFUL news. Our daughter, who is 19 1/2 months old,
can read 14 words consistently... continue
Video Technology Helping Children With Special
STATEWIDE COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION SYSTEM
STATEWIDE NEWSLETTER SERVING MICHIGAN - May 1990
an editorial by Special Education Teacher Debbie Haddix
We have seen a continuous range of positive results. Several non-verbal children
have begun verbalization., Some children now use the pointer and name the
letters on the bulletin board. One student, who previously knew little English,
now recognizes many letters and has a much larger English vocabulary...
The Use of a Reading Program and Signing to
Develop Language and Communication Skills in a Toddler with Down Syndrome
an article by Laura Lee Dickinson
The "Love and Learning" program was the perfect answer for David.
He loves the videos and requests them several times a day... continue
Detroit News Article
Ron Greiner, consultant for the Michigan Department of Education's Special
Education Service, said he was impressed after he spoke to the teacher and
principal and saw the program at work... continue
UP WITH DOWNS OF PINELLA Newsletter - Summer, 1997
an article by Annie Samarkos
When Sylvia was age 6 and completeing regular kindergarten her teacher told
us that in all her 34 years of teaching she saw only one other child who could
read as well as Sylvia. Sylvia reads and comprehends at a second grade level.
We credit Love and Learning for creating their Love for Learning!...
Becky was in regular kindergarten last year with 19 other children. At the
end of the school year they had an awards day at which Becky received an Excellent
Reader certificate! We were so proude of her - if it were not for Love and
Learning, this would not be possible. You can imagine the other parents' surprise!
It was GREAT!
A.C. - Arkansas
Amanda's teacher was shocked at how well she reads. She took her all around
the school to show other teachers. It was one of my proud moments. Everyone
said I work well with Amanda and I taught her a lot. I say thanks but it is
Love and Learning that has taught her so much.
D.L. - Illinois