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The Davis Dyslexia Correction® Program


Davis® Orientation Counseling, as outlined in The Gift of Dyslexia by Ronald D. Davis, provides clients with the ability to detect and self-correct distorted perception caused by confusion with letters, words, numerals, and other symbols.

Working with clay allows for confusion to be realized and resolved — in a multi-dimensional, creative way that fits the dyslexic thinking and learning style.

This program includes:

  • Five consecutive days of one-to-one facilitation (ages 8 and up).
  • Support training for client's family, tutor/s or teacher/s on the afternoon of the last day to ensure post-program follow-up and success.
  • All necessary take-home materials for program follow-up.
  • Follow-up calls every two weeks for three months, plus e-mail consultations.

Program Prerequisites

For the Davis Program to be effective, a person must be personally motivated and willing to improve some aspect of learning or school performance. The Davis Dyslexia Correction program is a DRUG FREE solution. Therefore, before a program can be scheduled, clients must disclose all medications. If you have any questions about these requirements, please call (650) 388-6808 or email

More information on the Davis Dyslexia Correction® Program

[Young Learners find success with the Davis Reading Program for Young Learners!]Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners

The Davis Reading Program for Young Learners is designed for "at risk" children ages 5-7 years old. This parent-coached program prepares children with the essential tools to learn to focus and create solid foundations for learning language. Learning Mastery Associates has extensive experience working with this age group and has seen great success with their clients. Parents are involved and learn how best to help their children learn the fundamentals of reading, writing, and spelling.

More information on the Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners (external link)

Davis® Attention Mastery Program for ADD/ADHD

ADD/ADHD is typically defined by deficits in attention, behavioral difficulties, and inappropriate energy levels in various situations. Equipped with the Davis tools, clients are taught how to self-monitor:

In addition to these highly effective tools, clients of the Attention Mastery program master concepts that address behavioral/life situations, using the Davis Concept Mastery techniques. Some of these concepts include:

  • Self (How do I relate in this world and to others?)
  • Change
  • Consequence (How do my actions create consequences? — Good or bad!)
  • Cause/Effect (What caused this scenario to happen? What was the effect?)
  • Before/After
  • Time
  • Sequence
  • Order/Disorder (Executive Functioning)

More information on the Davis® Attention Mastery Program for ADD/ADHD (external link)

Concept Mastery for change

Concept Mastery for change: something becoming something else.

For more detailed information, pick up a copy of either or both of Ronald D. Davis' revolutionary books:

[The Gift of Dyslexia and The Gift of Learning by Ronald D. Davis]

...or order on-line at:

[Davis Symbol Mastery of ON]

Symbol Mastery for "on" — meaning to be held up by. The boy is sitting on the chair.

[Learning Mastery Associates Client with Proud Mom]

A Learning Mastery Associates' client celebrates his completion of the Davis Reading for Young Learners Program with his Mom

Dyslexia Mastery

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One Word at a Time

LEARNING DOES NOT HAVE TO BE DIFFICULT...Learning Mastery Associates can help!

[DDAI logo link]Professional services described as Davis®, Davis Dyslexia Correction®, Davis Symbol Mastery®, Davis Orientation Counseling®, and Davis Reading for Young Learners® may only be provided by persons who are employed by a licensed Davis Specialist, or who are trained and licensed as Davis Facilitators by Davis Dyslexia Association International.

Learning Mastery Associates
Portola Valley, CA USA
Near San Francisco (Redwood City to Sunnyvale)

(650) 388-6808 ph

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