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Testimonials

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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25

Oct'01

From Reading in a Mumble to Reading Loud and Clear

Janet, USA: A little over a month ago, he read 199 words in three minutes or 66 words per minute. This time he read 299 words or 100 words per minute... AND he read much more aggressively. He normally reads very quietly and almost in a mumble, but that day it was loud and clear. (My eyes are watering just writing this.)

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03

Oct'01

Book Review: Mr. D. J. Pantland, Headmaster

Our first copy arrived yesterday and I started reading it last night. It was so interesting that I could not put it down — rare for a book on an essentially academic subject! The authors' observations of the learning processes of children and the most effective ways of teaching them struck a resonant chord...

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13

Sep'01

Overcoming a Language Deficit

In June 2001 he wrote his half-year exams on Brainline for Grade 2. His average was 78%! The exams highlighted a few problems that we still need to attend to. We are currently working on these problems. His speech and vocabulary are improving on a daily basis.

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07

Sep'01

His Teacher Called It a Miracle

Everything improved, even his concentration, the reversals in maths, his sentence construction. As his teacher called it, it was a miracle. Imagine if this was the progress after 3 months, what happened after 6 months!!

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25

Aug'01

Recommended for Every Child

With this letter, I want to sing the praises of Audiblox. Not only my own life has changed since I became familiar with Audiblox, but also the lives of many children in my neighbourhood... I can recommend it, not only for children with learning problems, but for every child and every parent who wants to make a difference in the life of his or her child.

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23

Aug'01

Improvement in Self-esteem, Memory, Concentration, Reading and Math

Susan Lounder, USA: That was four weeks ago and I can't believe the changes in Jacob. His self-esteem has improved along with his memory recall, concentration and left/right recognition. He is able to read 30 of the word cards fluently and we add to them almost daily. His math skills have improved, now that he "understands the numbers".

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