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The Davis Method

Dyslexia Kent, Dyslexia Canterbury, Dyslexia Oxford

Ron Davis founded the Davis Method when he was able to eliminate his own severe dyslexia at the age of 38 in 1980. He realised that when he practised changing his perceptions at certain times - now a key tool offered in a Davis programme - he was suddenly able to read, write, understand and remember without any struggle. He continued developing and experimenting his discovery until he was able to provide the Davis Method as a worldwide phenomenon.

Now, there are hundreds of Davis facilitators who offer programmes in more than 40 different countries and in more than 30 languages. The Method has helped thousands and is continuing to do so every day worldwide.

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The Davis Method
The Davis Method

Individuals can be Verbal or Non-Verbal Thinkers

Verbal thinking is where the speed of speech matches the speed of thought; thinking with the sounds of words through an internal dialogue.

Non-Verbal thinking is much faster, outpacing the speed of thought. It is thinking in pictures or using a kinaesthetic approach. Most importantly, this way of thinking is evolutionary - the picture or thought grows with each additional word.

Most people think using both verbal and non-verbal methods, specialising in one. A dyslexic person is inclined to think non-verbally - they will therefore find the verbal approaches of traditional schooling a challenge.

Dyslexia Kent, Dyslexia Canterbury, Dyslexia Oxford


The most commonly heard learning difference, mainly affecting visual thinkers

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Dyslexia Kent, Dyslexia Canterbury, Dyslexia Oxford

ADD/ADHD + Dyscalculia

A speed based thinking pattern where the individual is unable to differentiate between imaginary and reality

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Dyslexia Kent, Dyslexia Canterbury, Dyslexia Oxford

Dyspraxia + Dysgraphia

Difficulties affecting balance, movement, handwriting and the sense of direction)

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