I was a non reader until the age of 15. As a result of my difficulties with school, my brother was home educated. I would probably now have been described as a non-responder -meaning unable to learn using phonics. Then I completed my first Davis Programme. I now have a
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I originally trained as a State Registered Nurse, giving up that occupation to have children. As a result of the difficulties my daughter had at school, I home educated my son. My daughter was defined as being dyslexic, dyspraxic and had
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I have experience of supporting persons with Dyslexia both as a Lecturer in Early Years and Childhood Studies and as a parent of two dyslexic boys. My dyslexic sons were being supported the phonic route, but this wasn’t working for them. However, coming across the
My name is Angela Canning. I worked for many years in the NHS clinically and in management before pausing my career to bring up my son. I have an MBA and I am now a school governor at a local primary school.
My son was diagnosed with Dyslexia
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Amanda Bergstrom has an extensive background in education and counselling. She originally discovered the Davis methods when searching for a way to reach the students who found it difficult to learn in a traditional school environment. As well, she works as a home tutor with students at
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Janice has more than 30 years experience in teaching, including 12 years as a Special Educational Needs Coordinator. She became interested in the Davis methods in her search for a truly multi-sensory approach to dyslexia, in order to help those who struggle to read, write, spell and understand