Here's what some of our clients have had to say about the Davis® program...
"I just wanted to share with you that last night [my daughter] laid on her bed and READ A BOOK JUST FOR FUN!!!!!!!! Not because she had to read a certain number of minutes for school -- just because that is what she decided to do with her free time. And it was a 3rd grade level chapter book. I still cry just thinking about it. She loves to be read to so much because she enjoys stories. I feel like a whole world has opened up for her." - Mother of Learning Connections client
"[My son] is doing unbelievably well compared to this exact time last year, right before you got a hold of him!!! He went from sounding out "and" and "the" last summer to reading The Lord of the Rings by Christmas - and I'm not kidding. His teacher (the school's reading specialist), who had tutored him all last summer and then had him last year in her class, said the program is miraculous. She and I both just shook our heads in amazement every time we talked about it. We both attribute his success this year to the Davis Program.
[With your encouragement], I believe he felt (for the first time) that he was not a "dumb kid" after all, that he did have a special gift from God, and that it was okay to have it - since you did, too. Your understanding of dyslexia boosted his self esteem. You took a kid who absolutely WOULD NOT read, and turned him into a kid who snuck books into his desk to try to read during class time!" - Mother of Learning Connections client
"The program, and you as the teacher, has given [my daughter] such a confidence and a desire to read and do well in academics. I think that before this training she considered herself a failure and did not want to even attempt anything to do with reading or academics. I cannot tell you of the transformation in her. She is reading on her own without my prompting. She is writing things down now. She never wrote anything down. She only gave information orally." - Mother of Learning Connections client
"It seems to me that [my daughter] is slightly less dyspraxic and is definitely more willing to pick up a pen or pencil and just write something down than previously. And, when she writes, she does better. She no longer cringes when I ask her to add something to the grocery list hanging on the refrigerator and she no longer resorts to abbreviations and symbols. She just writes down whatever the item is, from "oatmeal" (spelled correctly) to "toilet paper" (not quite)." - Mother of Learning Connections client