Separating fact from fiction

Anne Mataczynski with GEM Learning Center dispelled some common myths about Dyslexia. MYTH #1: Dyslexia is only about turning around letters or numbers. FACT #1: Turning letters is one characteristic of dyslexia, but there are many more characteristics. Each individual […]

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Brothers demonstrate the Davis program

Donna Elliot is raising three sons with unique learning needs. Over the last few years, her family has spent tens of thousands of dollars on extra learning support for John, 15, and Matthew, 7, who have dyslexia, and David, 13, who has dyspraxia.  The […]

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TOMz – South Africa

An interview with Axel Gudmundsson, director of DDA-Africa.  Includes an overview of Davis methods and the gifts and talents tied to dyslexia.  

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Handicap : la méthode Davis

Focus sur les « troubles dys », ou troubles cognitifs spécifiques. Plus communément, ces troubles sont appelés : dyslexie, dysphasie ou encore dyspraxie. Ils apparaissent lors du développement de l’enfant et ont des conséquences sur la scolarité et la vie quotidienne. Pourtant, si […]

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