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Available Now: Fish Don't Climb Trees

Author Sue Hall, understands dyslexia from the inside out - as a dyslexic person with vivid recollections of frustrations experienced in elementary school; as a parent who searched for and found a solution to enable a once-struggling child to learn to become a reader; and as a talented Davis® Facilitator with eighteen years of hands-on experience working with children and adults.

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Hi – welcome to this site – I am Sue Hall – I have a feeling you need to know that you or your child is just fine – there is no learning disability – he or she, just happens to learn in a different way from the conventional education system – and the conventional remedial methods.

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Are you creative and intelligent, but struggle with reading, writing, math, comprehension, learning and paying attention? Positive Dyslexia is committed to helping people of all ages overcome their learning challenges.

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The Fellowship of the Gift

Children who have completed a Davis Dyslexia Correction Program are invited to join the Fellowship of the Gift. We meet as often as we can to take part in activities such as a claymation workshop, building a snow cave, llama trekking, sky diving, visiting a bio-dynamic farm, snow-shoeing taking part in the UBC ropes course, kayaking, horse riding and curling. At the end of June we have a weekend Family Summer Camp – we’ve been to Camp Elphinstone at Gibsons, Camp Latona, Camp Jubilee, Camp Bow-Isle.
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Fish Don’t Climb Trees Talk At The Lynn Valley Library
Fish Don’t Climb Trees Talk At The Lynn Valley Library

Sue is excited to be able to introduce information about dyslexia that is so different from the norm, Wednesday, April 5, 2017 – Fish Don’t Climb...

The gift of dyslexia
The gift of dyslexia

Children with reading disability finally feeling good about themselves – By Mia Stainsby February 2001 “I really, really, really love...

I Can See Clearly Now: Beating Dyslexia With Clay
I Can See Clearly Now: Beating Dyslexia With Clay

By Brigid McConville As all too many parents know, the quest for “solutions” to dyslexia can be a long and frustrating one. But now a...

Demystifying Dyslexia – The Challenge and the Gift
Demystifying Dyslexia – The Challenge and the Gift
Dyslexia: Learning disorder or gift?
Dyslexia: Learning disorder or gift?

By Jennifer Moreau, Burnaby Now Published: March 27, 2010 Imagine you’re struggling to read the words on this page, and the letters get...

It’s not always as easy as 1-2-3
It’s not always as easy as 1-2-3

By Tralee Pearce – Published in Globe and Mail – September 2008 Kids with dyscalculia have trouble deciphering numbers, in the same way...

Thank you for spending that golden hour with me. My brain is CHANGED! I’ll be in touch.

Jenna MitchellProgram Participant

I feel smarter every day and I’m proud of myself.

Sandra Smith8yr Old Graduate

After we left here, I read a book with 29 chapters and 152 pages! I actually enjoyed it ‘cos I could read!

Natalie ConnorYoung Learners Program