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Free Webinar
Dyslexia: Exam Success for Picture Thinkers


Many bright but struggling dyslexics under-perform in tests and exams.

Often, this causes acute anxiety.

Find out how this can change.

April 25, 2024
19:30 - 21:00 BST
Webinar followed by Q & A session

In this free webinar you will discover:

  1. The common causes of exam failure for dyslexics

  2. Why traditional learning and revision methods don't work for dyslexic picture-thinkers

  3. How dyslexics naturally think and learn

  4. Proven strategies, drawn from the Davis methods, that lead to exam success

"Eden was generally disengaged from school work and performing poorly…​


…He has recently been awarded the chance to study Physics at St Catherine’s College, Oxford and is doing really well in his Maths, Further Maths, and Physics A Levels…"

Father of Eden, aged 14 at the time of his

Davis Programme


Join us today for this complimentary webinar


Session Presenter

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Richard Whitehead, a Davis Dyslexia Specialist and Davis UK & Ireland Director, has over twenty years of experience with the Davis methods. He's also served as a Special Educational Needs Coordinator for six years and spent over a decade as a classroom teacher.

In his first book, "Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If? — The Dyslexic Blueprint for the Future of Education," he shares insights and strategies for supporting bright, struggling learners, drawing from his extensive experience in special education. His second book, "Counting On Fingers," co-authored with Ronald Davis, delves into dyscalculia's root causes and solutions through the Davis Maths Mastery Programme.


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