We’re tightly connected with our communities.
Committed to helping people with dyslexia and learning difficulties reach their goals, to personalizing their experiences
In Africa we aren’t yet aware of these conditions. We adopt progressive approach to technology and marketing techniques to further he movement
Our strong sense of identification with people with dyslexia and learning disabilities means that we are constantly striving
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This sense of identification also means we value and promote seamless interaction with different communities, the government & organisations
What Our Clients Say
My name is Jacqueline Oluoch and I am writing because i just watched your talk on dyslexia. I am a school psychologist by training and I am looking at finding partners in Kenya to possibly work on bringing assessments, and academic interventions to help students struggling in the classroom.
I saw this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2wMZAlaoQQ talk and suddenly I can relate. I have always had a problem expressing myself where I have like a 1000 ideas to talk about but once I start on one half way into it, my mind signal me of a better one. I then do make a transition that confuses my audience further.
Grace Shiru Kinyua
Hi,I watched your interview and ended up on this page. I highly suspect my son could be dyslexic. Is there a standardized test that can help me know for sure? It breaks my heart to see him feel like he’s not good enough especially based on his performance on class. Please advice.
Hello, My child is in class 8. I believe he has dyslexia, he has trouble differrentiating between p and q, b and d and hates reading. He is a good artist and loves playing the cello. I also have a school that i started last year. we are up to grade 3. I would really like to learn more for my sons sake and the children in my school. would you allow me to join your support group.