Dyslexia Correction Program

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"Why can I read "elephant"  but get mixed up on "the"?"

Brief Overview:  This program is designed for struggling readers who think in pictures and learn best by  creating. 

  •  Do you look at a page of print and experience letter or  word movement, blurriness, shadows?

  •  Do you find some days it's easier to read than others?

  •  Does reading, even a short amount, make you tired?

  •  Do you read longer words fine, but get tripped up on "the  little words"?

  •  Do you have to reread paragraphs several times to  understand what you've read?

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This program provides an intensive 1-on-1 experience where:

  1. the individual learns to control focus by stabilizing perception so letters, words and symbols stay still and/or are perceived  accurately. 

  2. the individual creates and masters letters and other symbols that cause disorientation (losing focus).  

  3. the individual gets to the root of the problem: creating picture meaning for all the "little words" that do not have mental images attached (think "of", "the") . Once these words have been "translated" into "picture thinking language", they know longer cause confusion. 

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In a Davis Dyslexia Correction® program: 

  1. the individual learns to control focus by stabilizing perception so letters, words and symbols stay still and/or are perceived  accurately. 

  2. the individual creates and masters letters and other symbols that cause disorientation (losing focus).  

  3. the individual gets to the root of the problem: creating picture meaning for all the "little words" that do not have mental images attached (think:  "of", "the") . Once these words have been "translated" into "picture thinking language", they no longer cause confusion. 

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3D model of the meaning of "I":

"The person speaking or writing".

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Shari, an adult client,  discusses what it was like to be dyslexic in kindergarten.