Dyslexia is a superpower.
It doesn't have to be your cryptonite.
I'm training to become a dyslexia program Facilitator...
Can you imagine having a superpower like being able to fly, but not be able to control it? Having dyslexia or a related struggle is like being able to fly without actually knowing how to take off, or land, or change directions. I will soon be able to help you take control of your gifts so you can truly soar. There are hundreds of facilitators around the globe already helping folks to overcome the struggle, and become their best super selves. I am going to join the ranks of these amazing people, and I can hardly wait! I will primarily be serving people in the Southwest Washington area. I am currently going through the licensing process, and I will update this page as things move along:-)
Letters of Recommendations
I am seeking grants and financial support for my education and business start up fees. In the process of filling out applications and writing grants, I have been blessed to have some very wonderful people write letters of recommendation for me. Below, I've shared just a few snippets from each. If you are interested in reading more, just shoot me an email.
"Lindsay’s passion for this program, and helping individuals read, is encouraging. After trying so many options, and hitting endless walls, I am hopeful because of the progress my son made in his [week of training] with her. Prior to [that week], he would miss 17 letter names. At the end of the week he would miss 7. That is a huge gain academically, however the confidence gain he made is priceless. The tools she gave him to make sense of his world, his energy, and understanding time are already benefiting us at home... Completion of Lindsay’s training is vital to the community..."
"For some students, Dyslexia sets them back and makes it difficult, if not impossible for them to access the opportunity to learn. That is why we need solutions that will help them to access that equal playing field...
"I have been an educator... for 52 years. I was privileged to meet Ronald D. Davis... in 1999 when he gave a