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Professional services described as Davis®, Davis Dyslexia Correction®, Davis
Symbol Mastery®, Davis Orientation Counseling®, and Davis Math Mastery® may only be provided by persons who are employed by a licensed Davis Specialist, or who are trained and licensed as Davis Facilitators by
Davis Dyslexia Association International.
All Davis Facilitators have completed an extensive program of training and practice and adhere to the
DDAI Standards of Practice.
The Davis Dyslexia Correction® program is generally provided in one intensive week. The program is given privately, to one student at a time, and arranged by appointment. If you cannot find a Facilitator nearby, please contact a provider in an area where it is convenient for you to travel. Most Facilitators are also willing to travel to other communities to deliver the program.
Licensed Davis providers may also provide one or more of the following programs:
- Davis Math Mastery:
- The Davis approach addresses underlying problems or confusion with mathematics, such as difficulties understanding and applying concepts, symbols, and specific terminology. The length of the math program depends on individual factors, including whether or not the individual has previously completed a standard Davis Dyslexia Correction program.
- Davis Attention Mastery:
- Davis provides a drug-free solution to address hyperactivity, hypoactivity, inability to focus, difficulty staying on task, and inappropriate social behaviors. The Davis approach uses simple mental techniques to build self-regulation skills, coupled with Davis Concept Mastery to create greater understanding and awareness of life functioning.
- Davis Reading Program for Young Learners:
- For children aged 5-7, Davis providers offer a coached, parent-participation program to help very young children gain basic reading readiness and early reading skills.