Client Testimonials

Help thinking

A mother's comments following a Davis® program with her 8 year old daughter:

"Now that I understand how my daughter learns, I know how to support her in day to day homework and other learning opportunities using the Davis® tools."
Her daughter commented: "Doing this programme has given me the confidence to cope with school. It made me realize that I was intelligent and stopped me thinking that I was stupid."

A 35 year old woman with dyslexic and ADD characteristics commented following a Davis® program:

"I have changed my morning routine... I am getting to work on time. I have learnt how to make a plan and actually get things done... I feel that I can plan for a year as well as a day... I am working better in the office... I know how to plan for my studies better... I have gone swimming after work and I am planning to go for a run."

Example of program goals of a 26 year old woman training to become a teacher:

The client commented: "Now I feel in tune with my own personal learning style. I can use the Davis approach for myself in future learning situations."

Example of program goals of a 48 year business man:

This client commented: "My writing ability has improved tremendously and makes a difference to my work."

Professional praise for the Davis® Program

"Ron Davis is a revolutionary and profound thinker and has discovered what history will record as one of the great insights in the fields of learning and how the mind works." - Thom Hartmann, author of Beyond ADD: Hunting for Reasons in the Past and Present, and many other top selling books.

"These [Davis] procedures have an excellent foundation in learning theory. They use each of the senses for learning and provide for concept integration." - Joan Smith, Ed.D., author of You Don't Have to be Dyslexic

"After hearing so much about what kids labeled 'dyslexic' can't do, it's refreshing to learn from Ron Davis about the gift of dyslexia. Davis helps us reframe the learning abilities of kids who have trouble reading, yet who possess superior visual-spatial understanding, and he provides important clues as to how they can be reached." - Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D., author of The Myth of the A.D.D. Child