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Dyslexia & Learning
Disability Center Inc.®
Betty Ann Judah
Phone: 702-489-3241
Fax: 702-982-3374

Training & Tutoring Headquarters
Las Vegas, Nevada & Beyond

“I was considered smart and hard-working, but I always felt cheated. I thought other kids were having fun while I had to study so much harder than anyone else to get good grades. Some teachers claimed I was not motivated.

“Betty was the first professional and the only person I had spoken with who saw dyslexia as a talent. She gave me a sense of respect and validation which enable me to go out there to ‘do it.’ I was burnt out on education. My whole dream crushed. I thought I would never be able to do anything.

“She teaches proven techniques to help you improve your life. I can do anything and be what I want because of Betty’s program. What she teaches will bring you educational, emotional, and physical rewards that far outweigh the cost of the program.

“This is the only way I know of to turn your failures into success and to achieve your dreams and goals.”
- Scott, age 32

“I was reversing words and letters when reading and writing. It was really hard to concentrate. I was scared of my teacher, who yelled a lot. I couldn’t go into the learning disabilities program because you needed to be two grades behind, and I was behind one, getting Ds and Fs though I tried to do well.

“I began on Valentine’s Day in 1992. Betty knew exactly what I was going through. She could describe the problem and taught me how to explain it to others. I learned that my ability to perceive things from many sides was a gift. It was like a miracle.

“I began getting 100% on my spelling tests. I could do math. I learned how to center myself before a work period or a hard subject.

“Now I can usually just check to make sure I’m focused. I’m now getting straight As. I feel really good that I had the opportunity to go through Betty’s program. It changed my life!”
- Sylvia, age 12 (attended when age 10)

 

Are you Dyslexic?
What Do You Look for?

Look for a collection of the following developmental and perceptual differences, abilities, personality traits and behaviors.

These characteristics can vary from day-to-day or minute-to-minute, depending on environmental factors. The most consistent thing about dyslexics is their inconsistency. It is unlikely that you will have all the traits below.

If so, the Dyslexia & Learning Disability Center Inc.® may be able to help you.

Do You...

  • think people see you as lazy or careless?
  • often see pictures from different places at the same time?
  • have a tendency to daydream?
  • often become disoriented?
  • have trouble reading, writing or spelling?
  • have trouble with math?
  • have trouble expressing yourself?
  • think it's hard to pay attention?
  • find you are often restless and have trouble sitting still?
  • find it hard to maintain eye contact?
  • find you're sometimes unable to remember what you've just read?
  • often transpose letters and numbers?
  • sometimes forget where you are or where you're going?
  • often bump into others while walking down the street?
  • get headaches when reading?

Do You Have These Talents?

  • art
  • music
  • drama
  • sports
  • mechanics
  • electronics
  • carpentry
  • building
  • brain-storming
  • troubleshooting
  • cooking
  • designing

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