How to Treat Dyslexia – with a Face-to-Face Course done In the Office, OR AT HOME!


Where can I do the Course with Marianne?

We all want to find out how to treat dyslexia, right?! But what if I told you this solution could be a total life-changer for your child – one where they start the new approach to learning confidant, strong and on track to achieving their goals.

Sounds good, right?! It CAN be done.

A course with Marianne is 5 consecutive days of one on one intensive remediation for 8 hours a day. The individualised plan using multi-sensory, experiential, visual and kinaesthetic learning strategies works with the strengths of the dyslexic child. Building there confidence and improving their self-esteem.

Marianne has worked with hundreds of kids throughout Australia and even from around the world. If you think that an Online Course just isn’t for you, then Marianne is the answer. With every Face-to-Face course, you even have the option of Marianne coming to you, rather than you going to her in Crows Nest NSW. Don’t let your geographic location hold your child back.

With help from Marianne they’ll be kicking goals, learning heaps and having an awesome time!

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Crows Nest

Face-to-Face Course In the Office!

The Office for Face-to-Face courses is in Crows Nest NSW, only 5km North of the Sydney CBD.

There are great transport networks from St Leonards Train Station (5 minute walk), and Buses from the Pacific Highway (2 minute walk). Easy street parking for pick up and drop off, or parking is available from the local parking stations – Free for 2 hours.

Crows Nest offers a relaxed enjoyable atmosphere with plenty of coffee shops and quirky shops – great for the creative minds.



Face-to-Face Course At My Home!

Courses at your home is a fantastic option for those who live in the country areas! Even for those in Sydney who don’t want to battle the Sydney traffic. Help for Dyslexics lack in the country areas. So now there is a Course that is going to help and that will come to you!

Rather than you having to spend a week in Sydney or commuting to and from it, the course can be done in the comfort of your own home.

For courses outside our office there are extra costs added to cover travel and accommodation (if required).

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What Happens in the Face-to-Face Course?

The Face-to-Face Course is a two-stage program using a multi-sensory, experiential, visual and kinaesthetic non-phonic approach.
The first stage is conducted by Marianne either in Crows Nest, NSW, or at your home if you live outside the Sydney metropolitan area – fees apply.
The second stage is practice and implementation at home, mostly through a systematic plan.

The Face-to-Face How to Help your child READ, literacy program gives adults and children, over the age of eight, effective strategies to correct the problems experienced with having Dyslexia once and for all. By using the strategies taught at home over time can eliminate the problems for good.

First Stage includes:
Individualised plan using multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic) system.
New reading techniques with emphasis on a non-phonics approach.
Word de-coding skills.
Comprehension skills.
Focusing techniques.
Sight word proficiency.
Management of anxiety to help with resilience.
The program is provided one-on-one in a stress free environment.
The program is done intensively over a 35 hour time frame, that’s 7 hours per day, 5 consecutive days.
Training for a family member to support the child at home.
Continued email and phone support throughout follow up.
Materials required for the follow up work.
Four reviews in a 12 month period post program.

Second Stage includes:
Follow-up work at home. Included in the program is the training of a support person of your choice, and all materials needed for you to follow up at home. The follow-up work is imperative to the success of the program, as the learning difficulty has not been permanently conquered until this work is done. If this work is not done, there is a risk that the benefits experienced may start fading away within a year or two.

We want this to be realistic and long lasting.

The Face-to-Face Program is a two-stage program using a multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic), non-phonic approach.
The first stage is conducted by Marianne either in Crows Nest, NSW, or at your home if you live outside the Sydney metropolitan area – fees apply.
The second stage is practice and implementation at home, mostly through a systematic plan.

The Face-to-Face How to Help your child WRITE, literacy program gives adults and children, over the age of eight, effective strategies to correct the problems experienced with having Dyslexia once and for all. By using the strategies taught at home over time can eliminate the problems for good.

If Dyslexia is recognised and addressed earlier, through the use of our early intervention program ‘How to help your mini Picture Thinker’ problems can be prevented from ever becoming an issue.

First Stage includes:
Individualised plan using multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic) system.
New reading techniques with emphasis on a non-phonics approach.
Word de-coding skills.
Comprehension skills.
Focusing techniques.
Sight word proficiency.
Management of anxiety to help with resilience.
The program is provided one-on-one in a stress free environment.
The program is done intensively over a 35 hour time frame, that’s 7 hours per day, 5 consecutive days.
Training for a family member to support the child at home.
Continued email and phone support throughout follow up.
Materials required for the follow up work.
Four reviews in a 12 month period post program.

Second Stage includes:
Follow-up work at home. Included in the program is the training of a support person of your choice, and all materials needed for you to follow up at home. The follow-up work is imperative to the success of the program, as the learning difficulty has not been permanently conquered until this work is done. If this work is not done, there is a risk that the benefits experienced may start fading away within a year or two.

We want this to be realistic and long lasting.

The Face-to-Face Maths Program is a two-stage program using a multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic), non-phonic approach.
The first stage is conducted by Marianne either in Crows Nest, NSW, or at your home if you live outside the Sydney metropolitan area – fees apply.
The second stage is practice and implementation at home, mostly through a systematic plan.

The Face-to-Face How to Help your child’s MATHS, numeracy program gives adults and children, over the age of eight, effective strategies to correct the problems experienced with having Dyslexia once and for all. By using the strategies taught at home over time can eliminate the problems for good.

First Stage includes:
Individualised plan using multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic) system.
Self Regulation.
Integration Techniques.
Number Recognition.
Number Meaning.
Numeric Concepts.
Maths Words.
Management of anxiety to help with resilience.
The program is provided one-on-one in a stress free environment.
The program is done intensively over a 35 hour time frame, that’s 7 hours per day, 5 consecutive days.
Training for a family member to support the child at home.
Continued email and phone support throughout follow up.
Materials required for the follow up work.
Four reviews in a 12 month period post program.

Second Stage includes:
Follow-up work at home. Included in the program is the training of a support person of your choice, and all materials needed for you to follow up at home. The follow-up work is imperative to the success of the program, as the learning difficulty has not been permanently conquered until this work is done. If this work is not done, there is a risk that the benefits experienced may start fading away within a year or two.

We want this to be realistic and long lasting.

The Face-to-Face Program is a two-stage program using a multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic), non-phonic approach.
The first stage is conducted by Marianne either in Crows Nest, NSW, or at your home if you live outside the Sydney metropolitan area – fees apply.
The second stage is practice and implementation at home, mostly through a systematic plan.

The Face-to-Face How to Help your MINI Picture Thinker, early literacy and numeracy program gives children age 4-7 effective strategies to correct the problems experienced with having Dyslexia once and for all, or even prevent issues associated with Dyslexia from ever arising. By using the strategies taught at home over time can eliminate the problems for good.

First Stage includes:
Individualised plan using multi-sensory (experiential, visual and kinaesthetic) system.
New reading techniques with emphasis on a non-phonics approach.
Word de-coding skills.
Comprehension skills.
Focusing techniques.
Sight word proficiency.
Management of anxiety to help with resilience.
The program is provided one-on-one in a stress free environment.
The program is done intensively over a 35 hour time frame, that’s 7 hours per day, 5 consecutive days.
Training for a family member to support the child at home.
Continued email and phone support throughout follow up.
Materials required for the follow up work.
Four reviews in a 12 month period post program.

Second Stage includes:
Follow-up work at home. Included in the program is the training of a support person of your choice, and all materials needed for you to follow up at home. The follow-up work is imperative to the success of the program, as the learning difficulty has not been permanently conquered until this work is done. If this work is not done, there is a risk that the benefits experienced may start fading away within a year or two.

What Happens When We Finish?

When your child finishes the course it’s time to celebrate! You’ll also receive your Get to My Goal’s guide to success in learning. These are tips and tricks for you to continue with your child – it’s not a quick fix, it’s a learning change and that takes time!. You will also get recommendations for other courses that could benefit you. After you finish you can stay connected with our Facebook Page and Members Zone (you can become part of the dyslexia help online and help others), as well as the Dyslexia Blog.

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