2019 closed on a very high note… following the Decoda Conference session, a CKNW Telethon and an interview on Global Morning News (Positive Dyslexia Facebook page to view), Sue is very grateful for the support and interest flowing into Positive Dyslexia and The Whole Dyslexic Society (www.thewds.org), especially from the North Shore Branch of 100 Women Who Care. Sue is passionate about delivering Davis programs, and besides facilitating many more clients this year, she is determined to ensure that one day, the challenges never need to arise (if teachers use the Davis Learning Strategies – www.davislearn.com). She looks forward to hearing from you.
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About Sue Hall
Sue’s professional training began experientially at school, but it was her son’s learning challenges that led her to become a Davis Dyslexia Correction ® Facilitator. For the past 22 years she has had the privilege of working with dyslexic children and adults, sharing their ‘aha’ moments and watching them overcome their challenges. She has come to the conclusion that everyone is learning-able, some children just don’t learn the way they are taught.