Forty years ago – in 1981 – Ronald Dell Davis stumbled on a breakthrough idea. Was there a way to turn his dyslexia off?Continue reading
Dyslexia is a common neurodiversity that is ever or omnipresent across all cultures, ages, and societies. Worldwide statistics emphasise thanContinue reading
Here’s how I created a way for parents to break away from negative patterns and create new strategies to guide their children.Continue reading
The word creative is a real overarching umbrella term; taking on multiple meanings and associations. Artistic, inventive, innovative, imaginative, identifyingContinue reading
In this video, I discuss the three things someone with dyslexia, ADD, ADHD or a learning difference needs in orderContinue reading
Davis Facilitator Sue Hall has updated her book: “Fish Don’t Climb Trees: A Whole New Look at Dyslexia”. Sue understands dyslexia from the inside out – as a dyslexic person with vivid recollections of frustrations experienced in elementary school, as a parent who searched for and found a solutionContinue reading
A parent of a second-grader writes: My son had a big gain in reading after completing his Davis program week,Continue reading
Updated: Research does not support claims that use of a specially designed custom font for dyslexia leads to improved reading performance.Continue reading
In a nutshell, self-compassion is being kind and understanding when confronted with personal failings rather than judging and self-criticizing for inadequaciesContinue reading
Pamela Guest is the Founder and Chief Editor at IEP Magazine. More importantly, she is one of us, a parentContinue reading
Encourage your child by focusing on strengths and minimizing stress.
Focus on the whole child – not just academics!
Practice makes perfect. Better said, practice makes progress. Learning a new skill requires repetition to automate it. Similarly, every beginnerContinue reading