St Louis Teacher Issued US Patent For ADHD Reading Tool

St. Louis, MO (PressExposure) September 22, 2009 -- Good teachers have a strong interest in and dedication to the success of their students. They know that ALL students CAN succeed---even those challenged with learning disabilities and differences. Parents, too, know they can help their children thrive and enjoy much success in the classroom with the use of the right tools, some good organizational skills, and a few special strategies.

These teachers, parents, and others will want to know that a new reading and learning tool called the Reading Focus Card, invented by a St. Louis educator, was issued a U.S. patent on July 28, 2009. This new tool called the Reading Focus Card (Patent 7,565,759) can assist children and adults of all ages challenged with focusing/reading issues such as those often associated with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning disabilities. It is also an excellent tool for young, new readers because it helps to promote left-to-right eye movement. Using the focusing aid can even help promote accurate test taking with machine-scored answer sheets.

Joan Brennan, the teacher/inventor, says that using the device can immediately benefit many students struggling with different reading issues. She adds that parents will be pleased with the non-invasive and inexpensive features of this special aid. Teachers will appreciate the fact that this reading and learning tool supports differentiated instruction. Both parents and teachers will be happy to learn that the Reading Focus Card from Brennan Innovators, LLC is made right here in the USA. In fact, all services and support staff for the company including manufacturing are located in the Greater St. Louis Area.

About Brennan Innovators, LLC

Brennan Innovators, LLC
Reading & Learning Tools for ADD/ADHD or Dyslexia
"Home of the Reading Focus Card" (Made in the USA)
P.O. Box 22043
St. Louis, MO 63126
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Press Release Submitted On: September 21, 2009 at 8:10 pm
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