Stimulating basic reading processes using auditory discrimination in depth.

@article{Truch1994StimulatingBR,
  title={Stimulating basic reading processes using auditory discrimination in depth.},
  author={S Truch},
  journal={Annals of dyslexia},
  year={1994},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={60-80}
}
Recent research indicates that a major cause of reading (decoding) disabilities lies in an inability to manipulate speech at its phonemic (phonological) level. The Auditory Discrimination in Depth Program (ADD Program), stimulates basic phonological awareness and has been used extensively at The Reading Foundation in Calgary, Alberta. Here we present pre- and post-test data from 281 clients (ranging from school-age through adulthood) seen over a two-year period; post-test data was collected… CONTINUE READING