Authors: Lee, Lay Wah.

Article: The Davis Model of Dyslexia Intervention: Lessons from One Child.

Publication: Pertanika J. Soc. Sci. & Hum. (Universiti Putra Malaysia Press). 18 (1): 133 - 139 2010

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Case Study – Malaysia, 2010: Lee Lay Wah of the University of Malaysia reported the progress of a 9-year-old dyslexic student with the Davis Dyslexia Correction program. The child was able to successfully use Davis Orientation to control her mind function; Davis Symbol Mastery helped resolve letter reversals; and the Davis Reading Exercises helped the child to change her habit of skipping words when she reads.

One comment

  • Janice B

    Why is that school districts use reading programs for a dyslexic students that have very little to no research value, even when a student shows little to no progress?

    When u bring it to their attention the school either never responses or they just do nothing about it and keep passing the dyslexic students right along, even though they know it’s not working? How should I address it, even after I’ve sued once before?

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