The Program

The Assessment

A 2 hour-long Assessment that determines if a client's needs fit the program. 

Includes: 

  • A reading assessment

  • Perceptual Ability Assessment

  • Symptoms Profile

  • Establishment of motivation and goals

  • Explanation of program

  • An overview of how people with dyslexia think

  • Q & A

The Assessment also includes:

  • Determining the motivation of the client

  • Personalizing a Davis® Program that will suit the client best

  • Scheduling A Davis® Program, if so decided.

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Follow - up Exercises

The client then applies what has been learned and does follow-up exercises at home to continue to build on the newly acquired success. For continued improvement and success after completion of the Davis® Dyslexia Correction Program, a planned schedule will be created and will need to be followed. The amount of time dedicated to daily follow-up varies depending on each client’s goals.

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Review

Telephone and unlimited email consultations with Cheryl, and up to 6 hours of follow-up visits, as needed.

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The Davis® Approach

The Davis® approach puts dyslexic students in control of their own learning, mental focus, and energy. Davis® methods go to the root of the problems that are the true causes of learning disabilities. The program focuses on the natural talents and strengths of the client and they are designed especially for the learning style of visual-spatial learners. Clients learn how they can use the knowledge they have learned to improve their daily lives. The program does not use phonics, rote memorization, or repetition -all of which do not help with dealing with the root cause of dyslexia. The Davis® program takes one week, not years, and the follow-up work can be done on their own schedule at home. 

Clients leave the Davis® program with the ability to control their disorientation, focus at will, and gain the knowledge on how to eliminate confusion in symbols. They feel an increase in their self-confidence due to their improved reading, writing, math, and physical skills. 

Support Training

On the last afternoon, the client's family members, tutors, or friends will be trained to assist in the follow-up exercises to ensure post-program success. Clients will be provided with a kit containing all the necessary materials to continue learning.

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The Program

Once a client has been identified to be a good candidate for the program through The Assessment, the client learns to correct perception and control disorientation. The intensive mastering process helps with overcoming confusion in a fun and creative manner.

The Program includes: 

  • 30 hours of one-on-one program time with the Facilitator

  • Student kit containing student manual, dictionary, clay, clay cutter, “Checking your Grammar” book, Koosh® balls, procedure charts, in a backpack.

  • Support training for all persons who will assist in supporting the client after the program.

  • Access to an online Davis® support group

  • 3 two-hour post-program visits (if necessary).

  • Unlimited phone and email support.

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The Program includes the following steps: 

The Davis® Dyslexia Correction Program

Helps individuals with dyslexia learn tools to help them control their perception and focus, and through the process of mastery, help them learn to read and comprehend better.

A five-day program normally given Mon-Fri 10AM-4PM

The Davis® Math Mastery Program

Provides tools to correct problems learning math. These learning problems are sometimes called dyscalculia and often accompany dyslexia and ADHD symptoms

A five-day program normally given Mon-Fri 10AM-4PM

The Davis® Attention Mastery Program

A drug-free solution to ADHD. It helps with providing tools to help adults and children age 8 and over to address attention, behavioral, and or organizational difficulties.

A five-day program normally given Mon-Fri 10AM-4PM

The Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners

Young learners (ages 5-7) are helped using an individualized program, to get the best possible start to their learning, in order to learn skills that will help them throughout their lives.

A 2-week half-day program normally given Mon-Fri

There are various Davis® programs that target specific problems.

All the Davis® programs are intensive and one-on-one.