Visual Spatial Learners (VSL's) are multi-dimensional picture thinkers.

They are often bright but many underachieve or fail at school.  They are commonly labelled as being "lazy", "disruptive", "not interested", "a trouble maker"  or "just a daydreamer".   Most VSL's don't like going to school.  They become what Dr. Selznick calls "The Shut-Down Learner", because they think and learn in a different way. 

Behaviour challenges often arise when the visual spatial learner is not understood in the classroom.  The child loses confidence even though they may be inquisitive and competent learners outside of school.


Tick the boxes that describe your child?

  Has a vivid imagination and a drive to be creative but dislikes school.
  Avoids or struggles with reading, writing or spelling.
  Loves drawing in great detail.
  Has trouble concentrating when writing or listening.
  Is addicted to TV or computer games.
  Can remember how to get to a place having been there only once.
  Has problems getting organized.
  Forgets what you have asked them to do.
  Gets emotionally affected by what they see on TV or a movie.
  Loves to build or make things.
  Reads better silently than out loud.
  Has trouble rote learning the times tables.
  Loses track of the time and or can't tell the time.
  Daydreams in class.
  Lacks energy after school.
  Has a history of middle ear infections.
  Is emotionally or physically very sensitive.
  Has intense feelings with outbursts of anger and frustration.
  Is over the age of 7 and continues to reverse words or letters.
  Does not remember words previously mastered.
  Is not progressing well using a phonics approach to reading and spelling.
  Seems to be losing confidence.
  Behaviour or attitude is changing.
  Has an Autism Spectrum or Asperger's Syndrome diagnosis.
  Has been diagnosed with an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
  Has been diagnosed with an Auditory Processing Disorder.
  Is bright but underachieving.

An assessment is recommended  if you have ticked 9 or more traits.  

Learning difficulties are painful. Have your child assessed. Clarify what action needs to be taken.   Avoid ongoing problems.

Please complete an online enquiry form .

Here are the reasons why our assessment  will help.

1.  It will pinpoint any specialist that needs to consulted.

2.  The child will not be vulnerable to the emotional affects of being over assessed.

3.  Parents save money by reducing the number of assessments needed by specialists.

4.  Schools can efficiently identify how to case manage individual student's with learning or behavioural problems.

5.  Schools will be able to demonstrate the need for parents and classroom teachers to work together.

5.  Two reports are provided for each child assessed.  One for the classroom teacher and one for the parent. 

6.  The report outlines very clearly why the child is having problems and shows you what you need to do to assist the child.

7. They provide  further reading material, articles and references that are specifically relevant to the child.




      Is your child having difficulties learning to read, write or spell?  If so, s/he may be a visual spatial learner.  You need to get a whole child assessment done as early as possible.  Determine the underlying cause of the problem and then we can help you develop a plan of action. 

 Please complete an online enquiry form .