About Ines G Grote (Provider of the Davis Program)
– qualified teacher (Primary and Secondary)
– trained and licensed Davis Facilitator
– certified Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Trainer
– DBS checked
I am a qualified teacher and live on the East Coast of Norfolk where my office and workplace is located. Married with three sons, of whom two are dyslexic, I have witnessed the ups and downs of life with dyslexia. I feel strongly that the Davis® method offers the right tools to unlock what holds back the dyslexic student.
In 1998 I was introduced to the Davis® Method when one of my sons took part in the program. His school-life was transformed!
Not only did my son learn to read ( ……..and play football), but he also became increasingly confident in his own abilities; he finally started believing in himself.
For that very reason and after having witnessed a lot of frustrated pupils who suffered from similar symptoms, I decided to train as a Davis® Facilitator. Today, I find it immensely rewarding to witness my students’ progress, to witness their success and to experience the happiness shared between students and parents alike.
Indeed, this program offers a chance to enjoy learning!
About Ron Davis (Founder of the Davis Method)
In 1980, aged 38, Ronald Davis made the ground-breaking discovery that challenged and changed the view of dyslexia worldwide. Through experimentation he learned that he could control his own dyslexia by shifting his mental perspective, and through clinical research with other dyslexic adults he gained insight into the root of their difficulty with words and reading.
A year later he opened his first clinic, and in 1994, after working with more than a thousand children and adults, published the first edition of ‘The Gift of Dyslexia’.
Soon after ‘The Davis Dyslexia Association International’ (DDAI) was launched, he began formally training others to provide the same program. Since then more than 20,000 programs have been given out of 40 countries and in 30 languages.
In 1982, Ron Davis and Dr. Fatima Ali, Ph.D, opened the Reading Research Council Dyslexia Correction Center in California, achieving a 97% success rate in helping clients overcome their learning difficulties.