It's a shame to love learning and hate school, but that's Martha's story.Although she was considered successful in school, school was not a place that held a warm place in her heart. She performed well enough, but sadly her education consisted of finding compulsive solutions to make it appear as though she was actually learning.
After graduating from college, she said that she would never attend school again. Martha had been diagnosed as dyslexic in high school and, although she had a name for her problem, she had no idea of how to correct or overcome her disability. Consequently, she continued to create coping skills.
After learning of the Davis® Program, she underwent her own correction program in May of 2004. The help she received, and the advances she made, inspired her to take the facilitator training and get licensed by Davis Dyslexia Association International.
The Davis Method works, and she wants to show other dyslexics that real learning is possible - and that education can be enjoyed rather than endured.