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Testimonials

05

Jan'02

Audiblox Pre-school Programme Effective for School Readiness

0% scored a stave of 1 (very weak) compared to 7% of NED children; 0% scored a stave of 2 (weak) compared to 24% of NED children; 32% scored a stave of 3 (average) compared to 38% of NED children; 53% scored a stave of 4 (good) compared to 24% of NED children; and 16% scored a stave of 5 (very good) compared to 7% of NED children. READ MORE...

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Jan'02

Case Study: Slow Learner Benefits from Audiblox

By the end of 2001 Danelle's concentration and work tempo had improved tremendously and she was now able to write proper sentences. She passed Grade 3 with an aggregate of 60%, and was promoted to Grade 4.

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25

Dec'01

Case Study: From 79% in the First Term to 87.8% in the Fourth Term

Christiaan did not have a learning difficulty. He merely did Audiblox to increase his school marks. He succeeded. His aggregate on his Grade 6 report increased from 79% in the first term to 87.8% in the fourth term. The class aggregate was 66.2% in the first term and 66.6% in the fourth term.

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15

Dec'01

Case Study: Award for Academic Achievement

The real surprise, however, came when he obtained four distinctions on his report in the first exam. Every following quarter his marks would continue to improve. At the end of the school year he passed with an aggregate of 84% and received an award for academic achievement.

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27

Nov'01

“I Just Love Reading!”

He still has a way to go, but his self-confidence has grown, and he is now willing to participate in group reading and class activities. His long-term memory has improved, and most spellings are now remembered... His reading is fluent, with only a few incorrect words and hesitations. The other day he made this comment: 'I just love reading.'

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26

Nov'01

Book Review: Dr. S. DuBose Ravenel (M.D., F.A.A.P.), North Carolina

This work is a strong breeze of fresh air in a sea of confusion, ambiguity, and complexity. I heartily endorse Strydom and du Plessis' approach and encourage fellow professionals to offer their approach to their patients. Try it, you'll like it!

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24

Nov'01

Book Review: Prof. Barry M. Franklin, University of Michigan-Flint, U.S.A.

I think the authors did an excellent job... They provide an accurate and easily understandable account of the history of the learning disabilities construct and the state of learning disabilities theory today.

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20

Nov'01

Learning to Achieve

I can send him into the bank and he will do what needs to be done etc. His memory has improved so much that he tells me people’s telephone numbers and reminds me of things to be done. If I could give advice to parents out there: Don't let someone tell you, your child has reached his ceiling. As this is total rubbish. It was a long walk and at times I felt like giving up, but we didn't and I am so glad.

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01

Nov'01

Book Review: Dr. Renato Corsetti, University of Rome

The first, theoretical part, from chapter 1 to chapter 10, is simply outstanding when it criticizes the prevailing ideas in this field. It deserves to be read by many teachers and researchers in the field of education....

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28

Oct'01

Teacher Astounded by His Fast Progress

Very soon we started seeing results. Already by September 1999 Hendrik was reading Grade 4 books. (At the beginning of the year he could read Grade 1 books only with great difficulty.) Hendrik brought home good reports from school and the teacher was astounded by his fast progress.

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