CONNECT Education

UPDATED: December 15, 2020

Our Approach

In 1999, we found that Breanna had severe Auditory Processing dyslexia. At that time (7-8 years old), she was unable to recite the alphabet or count to ten comfortably. She could write her name, because she knew what it looked like, but if someone asked her how to spell it, she panicked because she could not remember the names of the letters.

By the end of the first year of consistent implementation of mid-line therapy, alternative teaching strategies, and nutritional intervention, Breanna was reading two years above grade level. She went on to do very well in school, graduating from college summa cum laude, and is now getting her Master’s Degree – something we could not have imagined happening back when she was unable to read!

From 2000-2016, Pamela had the pleasure of working with Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP, in her practice.  She has seen this approach work for hundreds of children.  We consistently see a two-year’s jump in reading and writing in a year.

We have spoken around the country at conventions to the parents of struggling learners – teaching them how to implement this program in their home with their own child(ren).

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