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About DDAI

Davis Dyslexia Association International (DDAI) provides information and training about our innovative approach to dyslexia, and referrals to qualified Davis method providers.

Author Website: http://www.dyslexia.com/

When things don’t come easy

When things don’t come easy

We often post reports of dramatic reading improvement with Davis methods, but sometimes a child faces a complex array of barriers.  Axel Gudmundsson, of GiftedDyslexic in South Africa, writes: I worked with an eleven…
Check out the Codpast!

Check out the Codpast!

The Codpast is a place where the cool and creative side of Dyslexia is celebrated. "In are monthly podcast you’ll here inspirational and interesting stories from sum of the most…
Keep it positive!

Keep it positive!

  "When I take a program with a child, almost 40% of my effort goes towards coaching the parents not to violate the child’s control and responsibility and how to…
Klaire de Lys raises funds for Davis programs

Klaire de Lys raises funds for Davis programs

(Cross posted from  http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/klaire-de-lys-dyslexia-bursary-fund) On 1 August 2013, dyslexic singer, artist and make-up artist Klaire de Lys will shave her head to raise bursaries for people with dyslexia and on…
Dyslexic Like Me – Children’s App

Dyslexic Like Me – Children’s App

Dyslexic Like Me is an interactive children’s book  about understanding and overcoming dyslexia. Join a dyslexic boy named Austin as he learns about his dyslexia and gains confidence by discovering…
Dyslexia Drawn

Dyslexia Drawn

What does your dyslexia look like? This is a question that Sue Bell, an adult literacy support specialist, asked  dyslexic adults who came to her center. In order to provide picture-thinkers…
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