This web site features original articles by the following authors:
Ronald Dell Davis is the author of the books The Gift of Dyslexia and The Gift of Learning. His unique insights led to development of the Davis approach to dyslexia in the early 1980's, first offered in his California-based Reading Research Council.
Alice Davis, Director of Davis Dyslexia Association International, has a degree in Counseling Psychology and Business Administration. She has worked with her husband, Ron Davis, since 1985 in their commitment to increasing international awareness of...
Abigail Marshall is the Webmaster and Information Services Director for Davis Dyslexia Association International, and has been with DDAI since its founding in 1995.
Sharon Pfeiffer is an experienced teacher and one of the founders of DDAI. Before her retirement 2015, she worked for many years as a Davis Specialist Trainer, Fundamentals Workshop Presenter, and Davis Learning Strategies Presenter & Mentor Trainer.
Nancy Louk Kress has offered her services as licensed Davis Facilitator in central Arizona since 2001. For more information about her practice, visit her web site at www.dyslexiacorrector.com .
Karen LoGiudice is a Davis Facilitator, Davis Autism Facilitator/Coach, and the parent of two dyslexic sons. Karen is the director of New England Dyslexia Solutions, based in Massachusetts. You can learn more about Karen and the services she offers at www.ne-dyslexia.com
Larry Smith is an international Davis workshop presenter, trainer, facilitator and co-director of Rocky Point Academy in Calgary, Alberta.
Stacey Smith has provided training to Davis facilitators from around the globe. She is a licensed Davis Specialist, facilitator and co-director of Rocky Point Academy.
Laura Zink de Diaz is the founder of Prolinguista, a provider of workshops in TPR and instructional materials for foreign language and ESL teachers.
Patricia Lynn Hodge is a former Davis Facilitator, teacher with specialized training in Specific Learning Difficulties and Dyslexia, and parent of a dyslexic child. Articles on this site
Brigid McConville is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, and author. She profiled the Davis method in 1998, following the progress of students working with the first Davis Facilitator to be licensed in the UK.
Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and the founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, and its subsidiaries, Gifted Development Center and Visual-Spatial Resource in Denver, Colorado.
David Whyte is a dyslexic research scientist in New Zealand. He holds more than a dozen biotech patents, and has lectured throughout the world. He has contributed an article describing his experience with the Davis Dyslexia Correction program.