Program Options

Program Options: 

Davis Dyslexia Correction®  Program 

  • Children (ages eight and older), teenagers, and adults benefit from being taught these procedures.
  • The program is given one-on-one for 30 hours, in six days, five hours a day.  
  • Fees include a kit of materials and supplies and three follow-up sessions as desired. 
  • Parents, teachers, and/or mentors are trained to continue to work with the client.
  • Acceptance for the program is preceded by completion of assessment procedures. (See Assessment for description.) 
  • Program components include Davis Orientation Counseling® exercises, Basic Skills exercises, Davis Symbol Mastery® exercises, and the Three-Step Exercise for Easier Reading.

Davis Math Mastery® Program

  • Children (ages eight and above), teenagers, and adults benefit from being taught these procedures.
  • The program is given one-on-one for a minimum of 40 hours, in a minimum of eight days, five hours a day. 
  • Fees include a kit of materials and supplies and three follow-up sessions as desired.
  • Parents, teachers, and/or mentors are trained to continue to work with the client.
  • Acceptance into the program is preceded by completion of assessment procedures. (See Assessment for description.) 
  • Program components include Davis Orientation Counseling exercises, Davis Symbol Mastery exercises, Twelve Math Function Exercises, Symbol Mastery of Story Problem Trigger Words, and Picture-at-Punctuation with Math Story Problems as needed.   

Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners 

  • Children (ages five to eight) benefit from being taught these procedures. 
  • Program is given one-on-one for 30 hours, for half-day sessions of a length of two-three hours.
  • At least half or more of the program time will also include the parent or support person participating in helping the child with the new skills and techniques.
  • Fees include a training kit of materials and supplies and three follow-up sessions as desired. 
  • Parents, teachers, and/or mentors are trained to continue to work with the client.
  • Acceptance into the program is usually preceded by completion of informal assessment procedures though not mandatory as with the other two programs as described above.   
  • Program components include Davis Focusing Skills exercises, Davis Symbol Mastery Skills exercises, the Three-Step Reading Exercise and handwriting exercises as needed.