Reading Intervention Australia is a community-based approach to literacy and language, particularly for parents with children who are at risk of poor reading skills. It includes various strategies such as active learning, music-based learning, word grouping, phonics and sight words, self-monitoring, response, and testing. The primary goals are encouraging reading and increasing literacy, reducing reading disorder, promoting early childhood education, developing reading skills, and promoting reading to improve cognition.
The reading intervention strategies included questionnaires, parent-offsite supervision, music therapy, and family intervention. Phonics instruction, including phonics reading exercises and games, has been shown to improve comprehension; decrease errors; promote reading faster, and improve phonemic awareness. The program also includes parent-offsite supervision, music therapy and other technologies, and family intervention. With all these programs, the primary aim is to promote reading support and enhance learning for people who struggle to read.