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Ron Davis with David dyslexic boy with method creator Ron Davis

"Going to Evelyn has really helped me improve my reading and writing. I enjoyed going to Evelyn, because it is fun to learn with her. Also I very much liked the opportunity to go and meet Ron Davis, because his method has really helped me get through my years at school."

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Feedback and Testimonials

For years I thought the way that I looked at the world was no different than anyone else. However I was also aware that there were certain things that I had no understanding of, such as making sense of directions, time management and making progress in language learning. After receiving a medical diagnosis of dyslexia I was at a loss as to know what to do with this and soon realized that there was very little help available for visual thinkers. Then I discovered the Davis system and Evelyn White.

Working intensively with Evelyn has made a huge difference to the way I perceive the world. I can now fully appreciate the fact that I see the world visually and embrace this fact. At the same time Evelyn has taught me strategies to turn off my disorientation and has helped me to sort out my thoughts. I am now able to better understand the multitude of signs and symbols we have in our world which have caused me so many problems in the past. Through undertaking this work my perception of myself has improved and in turn so have my relationships with other people.

It has been a real joy working with Evelyn, who is such a compassionate, warm and inspiring individual, who was able to understand my world. By undertaking the course and developing the strategies that Evelyn has taught me, my confidence in myself and my abilities has increased and I have started a new career. I would thoroughly recommend the course and Evelynís teaching methods.


Hugh K., age 37, from London
3 months after his programme
November 2006


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