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“IN JUST A FEW DAYS YOU WILL SEE RESULTS IN READING! *”
Dyslexic people are visual, multi-dimensional thinkers. We are intuitive, highly creative and excel at hands-on learning. We think in pictures. It is sometimes hard for us to understand letters, numbers, symbols and written words. However, we can learn to read, write and study efficiently when we use methods geared to our unique learning style.
ABC Dyslexia Center specializes in the rapidly improving issues with reading, math and attention focus in dyslexic individuals by instituting the Davis Dyslexia Correction ® Program.
Focus is on giving students the tools to overcome the barriers associated with dyslexia in a way that utilizes their inherent mental strengths. We build word recognition skills through an approach that combines mastery of a word’s meaning, sound, and visual appearance with a creative activity (clay modeling) that is well suited to the dyslexic learning style.
We also provide specific reading strategies that improve visual word recognition skills and comprehension.
Because the Davis approach is geared to the mental strengths that accompany dyslexia, it usually seems fun and easy to the learner, and it is common to see significant leaps in reading ability and confidence during the program week. Students who embrace the Davis approach often become enthusiastic readers.
THE DAVIS THEORIES
The Davis theories and procedures were developed through trial and error by a dyslexic, not to explain the nature of the problem, but to discover how it could be corrected. Since 1982 thousands of people from around the world have completed the Davis Dyslexia Correction ® Program, with a 97% success rate.
This program is designed to be concentrated into a one-week, 30 hour time frame and is for the purpose of dyslexia correction. In just a few days you will see results in reading! We recommend that the student continue to work with a tutor (if necessary) until the appropriate grade level has been achieved. The program is appropriate for children over the age of seven and adults.