Whether you’re an adult, a parent, or a school, good online tools can make a real difference to how we learn, especially for those with learning difficulties. Raviv Practice London has developed a number of highly effective online applications for all ages and needs that form an integral part of many of our services and therapies. Here you will find a sample of our resources that you can start using straightaway:
This application is designed to help with reading clocks and telling the time. A simple interface allows you to visualise set sequences from simple, on-the-hour series, to more complicated series with 30-, 15-, and 5-minute intervals.
This application helps young children to practice number sequences and counting. Large fonts and clear colours help distinguish between units, tens, hundreds and so on.
Sudoku with a twist! Using letters instead of numbers, with increasing levels of challenge, to help younger children to develop their logic skills and gain confidence.
A simple, but effective, tool for practicing mental arithmetic, with options to control difficulty and types of arithmetical operations.
Classic Sudoku – a great way to practice logic and puzzle solving. A real challenge for both older children and adults alike!
If you are concerned that you, your child, or a pupil may have a learning difficulty, it can be very hard to know where to start, or even to know exactly what the problems are.
At Raviv Practice London, we do not focus on diagnosis, but rather on addressing root causes and developing solutions. Completing one of these questionnaires can help us to help you by giving us a basis for discussing the issues with you.
Complete this questionnaire if you are concerned about listening skills, such as hearing and understanding in noisy environments.
Problems with auditory processing can affect every area of your child’s development, though many children display only a few of these symptoms.
This questionnaire can help highlight problems relating to ADHD, which might include some or all of these symptoms.
Submit the results and we’ll back to you to discuss how we can help.
Find out more about Working Memory capacity here, and how we can help to improve it.
We’ll be happy to contact you to discuss the issues in more detail.