Our Philosophy - All minds have a job – to learn, to become, and to contribute. But there is a segment of our population to whom learning to read is labored and simple math is not logical. Their growth is blocked and they feel trapped. They cry for help, but few hear or understand them. These people think with mental pictures, not words.

We are here to open learning’s door – to teach them another way so they too can learn, become, and contribute their gifts to the world.


Famous People with Dyslexia

The following notables are self admitted dyslexics or people from history believed by many to be dyslexic based on studies of their lives, writings, habits, tendencies, statements from family and friends, actions, alleged exhibited symptoms, etc.