“It’s not you that can’t do something, you just have to do it differently.”
Our mission is to expose the potential of dyslexic individuals while teaching them to read and write and to have this be a joyful experience.
Through our method, service and relationships, we teach dyslexic individuals to read and write effectively, thereby promoting success, motivation and confidence within their educational experiences.
Over the years, many successful dyslexic people have become well known inspirations to the dyslexic community. People such as Sir Richard Branson, Steven Spielberg, Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller, high-profile lawyer David Boies, Orlando Bloom, author Vince Flynn and so many others have excelled while being dyslexic.
Many of these successful dyslexic individuals have expressed that their early school years were miserable and had eroded their self-confidence. This is unacceptable in today’s world!
People only get to experience one childhood in a lifetime and everyone, including the dyslexic child, has a right to grow up happy and to experience success!
We believe it is time to enable many more dyslexic students to excel before adulthood and before being denied a confident, happy childhood.
- Developing early reading skills enables classroom success.
- Classroom success leads to more confidence and happiness.
Our vision is to reach out to the many dyslexic children who are not receiving adequate support to enable them to experience success, confidence and happiness in the classroom, as well as in life.
Our Guiding Principles
- People with dyslexia must be taught to read using their natural strengths.
- The Logical Letters’ staff believes in the advantages of being dyslexic. This is not just a passing thought to us; it is a serious belief that is based on our own years of experience and backed by much scientific research.
- All stakeholders including the students, their families, their teachers and their schools play an important role in the remedial process.
- The promotion of a deeper understanding of the complexity of dyslexia reduces frustration and increases motivation.
- We also believe that a fun factor promotes learning! Cheering and laughter are often heard in our offices.