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DYSLEXIA is a term used to describe a difficulty with words, reading. spelling, and neurological organization. Visual training is the most effective method of treating this common educational modality. In addition, proper diet- and the elimination the white devils: sugar, aspartame, white flour, diary/cow's milk.  Directionality - gives a child or adult an awareness of their position in space- an awareness of left & right- Good Directionality - helps children/adults to count numbers correctly, understand math concepts, reading skills. understand the difference of d and b, was and saw, be and bee, go and gone-improve concepts of time, space and distance. Neurological organization exercises will help open these windows of opportunity.

DYSLEXIA - people who think in terms of PICTURES -rather than written thought & sounds





DYSLEXIA- called the "Mother of Learning Disabilities" can be caused by a lack of proper "crawling & creeping"- walking too soon- neurological disorders as well as hidden disorders. The modality can be caused by vaccines, mercury (Hg) in dental fillings, improper STNR - Visual training by a behavior optometrist and neurological /movement exercises can greatly improve thought and speech patterns.

Writing - Dysgraphia - refers to difficulty withe the physical aspect of writing- the ability to produce letters, words and the processing of symbols into written thoughts and concepts. using a 20% angle desk board- will greatly increase writing skills.

The tonic neck reflex is very important for the development of the child's neurological system. According to the research of Dr Hodes, neurological organization incorporates the 'patterning'of the brain & central nervous system through a series and sequence  of movement patterns around the body mid line. It involves putting two body parts and two eyes together to work in a balance and symmetric manner and then developing sidedness or  so that one side of the body and brain is dominant or patterned."

For teachers and parents, medications will not solve the problem. Medications have no side effects only  EFFECTS. Most effects in the long run are negative. However, the best way to start is to improve the DIET.... 

The word 'ambidextrous' - refers to children who do not know left from right and who alternate between left hand and right hand preference. They do not develop neurological laterally necessary for reading and other tasks. In the case of developmental anomalies, parents and teachers should make careful observations of the children in the classroom. Potential visual dysfunctions may first appear as unexpected developmental patterns.

If a child seems to be dyslexic or hyperactive, the teacher may want to ask the parent 'did the child learn to crawl before learning to walk'?

If NOT, chances are the child failed to master - the normal sequential patterning of arms & legs...called ...crawling & creeping.

VERBAL CONCEPTUALIZATION means to think with sounds of words

NON-VERBAL Conceptualization  means thinking with mental pictures of concepts or ideas


DRD4 GENE - called the Edison Gene -  the Gift of Dyslexia - these people think in terms of visual pictures According to the book "The Edison Gene" by Thom Hartman "Sometimes these gifts - {gift of dyslexia} or the divergent mind are unrecognized, misinterpreted, or even, punished, and as a result, these exceptional children end up vilified, drugged,  or shunted into Special Education. The result is that they often become reactive; sullen, ang, defiant, op positional, and in extreme cases suicidal."

America's classrooms are based on a 'convergent' type of thinking the  - liner type of educational , careful, detail oriented, limited imagination,world of repetition -students are programmed to work in banks, office cubicles, a secretary, a law office, a teacher, post office worker,and/or a retail store.

A 'divergent' type of mind is more determined, eccentric, easily bored impulsive, entrepreneurial; yet they do not do well as office managers, middle management jobs, retail trade, secretaries, book keepers, etc. However, 'divergent thinkers' do well as athletes especially Olympic athletes, dancers, stage actors, researchers, emergency operators, discoverers, manufacturers, construction workers, factory workers, too lamp; die workers, plumbers, carpenters, and most of all creative writers, inventors, etc. They are non-linear in their thinking and always investigating new ideas, conclusions and observations.

REVERSALS - Is a term used to 'describe writing letters or numbers backward or upside down; writing or saying a number or word backwards- e.g. saw for was,51 for 15, 515 for 151, this is a common modality of dyslexia or 'word blindness'. Thus - one cause of dyslexia may be as simple as alack of proper - crawling and creeping.

Other causes of dyslexia is: vaccinations and mercury (Hg) in the vaccine - (Hg) in dental fillings and the current methods of toothe extractions which do not remove the (Hg) in the posterior and anterior ligaments which secured the toothe.

Our on line - home tutoring program will help students to over come - DYSLEXIA and other modalities. We can also help to inform teachers how to spot a 'dyslexic' child. These children cannot stay focused for long periods of time. Our program will prove 'dyslexia' is really a GIFT... Many creative and inventive people have 'dyslexia'.  They do NOT follow the traditional - conventional accepted practice way of educational thought. They 'think' in PICTURES - rather than the conventional form of 'hearing'- 'sight' focus'- 'remember'- understand. 

Many children who are -'dyslexic' - are forced into 'special ed' school programs - They become -'isolated' - from the main stream educational school programs...thus not relating to the general school body. The really bad thing about this is the fact that - many of these children are - 'drugged'. Research has shown 25 to over 40 percent of the 'special ed' children have - instead 'visual'problems which can easily corrected. This is why we feel this - tutoring program is so important. Many of these GIFTED CHILDREN & Adults are mas understood and misdiagnosed.

According to Dr  "a reading disability indicates that a person - is having difficulty interpreting the two-dimensional, abstract / symbol and getting meaning from it -(not understanding /comprehending what they are reading). There are numerous causes and reason why a person has difficulties reading"... It can be a visual problem, they can be 'dyslexic' - 'hyperactive & not being able to concentrate', a cranial distortion-)




Why is that?  If children do not learn to read by 5th and 6th grade they can get through those grades without too much trouble; however, 7th grade they are no longer considered little children... by 8th grade they are considered to be ready for high school. As a teacher for many years, I always used a 'blackboard' for placing my classroom information & assignments -I repeated the information- verbally -so everyone was able to get a good grade. However the grades most important are the 4th, 5th, & 6th grades because these are the grades children must being read in to learn.  However, principals at this grade level will only pick  -there- full time teachers who can control the class - best.

According to Dr. Hodes, "the difficulty appears to be in making the "match" between the spoken word and the 'visual symbol"  


Understand...READING- involves interpreting - two dimensional abstract symbols and getting meaning from  This is why a visual exam is so important NOT a 'visual' exam of reading a chart which is 10/ft away  they must be tested at near point distance!

What is near-point distance? This is called "The Harmon Distance" - this is the distance from a person's elbow to the middle knuckle on the middle finger of the hand. This is the optimal visual distance for reading a book. It generally ranges from ten to eighteen inches, depending on one's body mechanics. In order to read - properly one's visual perceptual skills must operate efficiently and comfortably this is called the comfort zone. However, understand 'dyslexia' involves other major factors.

It is best to read at a 20 degree angle rather than a 'flat surface'...a sloped board or lectern... should be used if a child has difficulty reading.....  Also - 'magic markers' should be used for children who have reading problems- be careful not to mark-up the school's books. You can also use magic markers of different colors- but bright yellow is usually the favorite color-

According to the research papers of the late Dr. Hodes, "the 'dyslexic child-' or "disabled reader" - "reading disabilities", "functional illiterates"-, "retarded reader" ....or better yet, children who have trouble understanding the spoken sound and the visual symbol....there is an interruption in the person's "biophysical-bio-chemical- bio ecological-bio-electrical integrates in the central nervous system'.... In other Dr Hodes stated- "the (child or adult) may have a visual-perceptual- motor circuiting problem, bio-chemical-imbalances, nutritional deficits, cerebral allergies, or cranial distortions or interferences in the bio-electrical flow of information." 

BULLYING - has become the big issue in education. The 'state legislatures' have passed laws and - 'special' educators are now paid top salaries to confront this problem. Yet, no one has come out and confronted the real issue. Many children who are classified as add or learning disability - usually have poor self image, poor self esteem, a feeling of failure in their short life, and they perceive themselves as failures in school and failures in academic life. Avery high percentage do not get past middle school or eighthe grade. Children become 'bullys' because they are experiencing difficulty in school. They may be older then their peers - because they may have 'been held back a grade or two'. If so, the become 'bullys' or become a victim of 'bullying'. They may be the 'class clown' because they want the attention - or are frustrated- that they con not keep up withe the assignments. Or, in many cases I noticed, they will sit quietly in back of the room and not cause any behavior problems- Many 'dyslexic children' - will have poor hand writing; yet, be very good in ART. For teachers, it may be easy to spot a dyslexic child- by evaluating and assessing their handwriting. The handwriting is usually - poor letter formation, slant curve, improper spacing, poor alignment, poor line quality, slanted sentence structure. A - DYSLEXIC CHILD OR ADULT- IS USUALLY VERY CREATIVE, AND HAS A DIVERGENT THINKING- TYPE OF MIND. THEY THINK IN TERMS OF PICTURES - RATHER THAN - CONVENTIONAL THOUGHT AND CONCEPTS.