Dyslexic Learning Style
Davis Autism Approach

Dyslexia and ADD Programs:

The first step is an Initial Consultation [Check List]

The initial consultation will determine if the Davis® Program is a suitable solution for the client's learning difficulties and goals. The typical initial consultation will take about 2-2.5 hours and includes a symptoms profile, short reading & writing assessment, and a perceptual ability assessment. Then an explanation of the program is given.  For children, participation of at least one parent is required.  

The Program

At GEM Learning Center, children and adults with Dyslexia are treated with the utmost respect and dignity that they deserve. This one-on-one, week long, creative-based 30-hour program is DESIGNED for the learning style of the visual-spatial person. While many other programs address only the symptoms of the learning disability, using tedious drill and repetition — the Davis methods get to the ROOT CAUSE of the learning difficulty and correct it using their natural strengths. Clients will learn HOW THEY LEARN and leave with the ability to implement the knowledge obtained during the program into daily life.

Support Training

Student Kit

Anyone that will assist the client meet their post-program goals should attend Support Training. Support training is usually held on the afternoon of the last program day.

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After the Program Completed Puzzle

Follow-up: The client will leave the program with all of the tools, understanding, and materials necessary to implement the program into their every day lives and achieve positive results. Davis Symbol Mastery® of 217 “trigger words” (those words that do not have a visual image) is an essential part of the correction of Dyslexia along with practice using the Reading Exercises.

Support: The goal of GEM Learning Center is to have successful and confident clients. All efforts will be made to ensure that experience, even after the program is over! Unlimited phone or email support is available. Post-program visits are highly recommended.

What other diagnoses can the Davis Programs help with?

Despite what most people think, dyslexia is a term that is actually very broad. Other common diagnoses that are helped by the Davis Program include (but are not limited to):

  • Language-Based Learning Disability
  • Reading Disability
  • Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD)
  • Dyspraxia (Clumsiness)
  • Dyscalculia (Math)
  • Dysgraphia (Handwriting)
  • Phonemic Awareness Disability
  • Visual Processing Disorder
  • Auditory Processing Disorder

If you are unsure whether this program would be a fit for you, take our confidential on-line test at: or call for a free phone consultation (715) 551-7144.

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