Solutions to reading, writing, math, study skills, memorization, attention & focus problems, test taking, perceptions, ADD & ADHD
Talents · Creativity · Gifts · Imagination · Natural Abilities
6½-Hour Assessment & Consultation
Covers an interview with student and family members followed by an assessment encompassing Reading, Writing, and Spelling. The session ends with a Consultation to reveal any Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and any other Learning Disability; including what steps to take next with Betty Ann Judah and The Dyslexia & Learning Disability Center, Inc.®
8-Hour Assessment & Consultation
Includes the 3-Hour Assessment & Consultation with the addition of a Math Assessment and Consultation.
Doctor Letter and/or Report
For parents, schools, testing agencies, & businesses. This is written after an assessment and added to during the client’s training, in order to obtain or update a 504 Plan or add to an existing IEP for a young child.
Dyslexia Self-Management Training™
An individualized 30-hour intensive training to learn to manage Dyslexia talents and disabilities. Parents, partners, and spouses are encouraged to attend.
Additional Professional Services
For legal issues, schools, and meetings. Includes in-depth Research & Reports, Consultations/School Meeting Preparation, Advocacy, School Meetings for 504s or IEPs.
The Dyslexia & Learning Disability Center, Inc.® has specialized tutors trained to do follow-up work that is individualized for the client. This includes boosting the client’s skills and weaving the training received through the client’s homework or work.
Educational & Professional Workshop Presentations & Classes
For parents, family members, professionals, schools, tutors, and religious organizations as scheduled by clients or administrators. These group Educational & Professional Workshops/Classes are scheduled in 1 to 4 hour blocks.
Where Your Talents Are Encouraged & Your Gifts Reward the World
Dyslexia & Learning
Disability Center Inc.®
Betty Ann Judah
Training & Tutoring Headquarters
Las Vegas, Nevada & Beyond
Mon, April 5, 2010
Hi Betty Ann,
“First off, I wanted to sincerely thank you for your support. I have been accepted into Golden Gate University’s Environmental Law Scholars program and received a scholarship, none of which would have been possible without your help.
“Thank you again, and I look forward to staying in touch with you. I have attached the final copies of both the addendum addressing my dyslexia, and my personal statement. Feel free to use them in any way you see fit.”
– Dylan, age 25
(From Dylan’s Addendum, in his application for law school)
“I have a strong sense of justice. I am highly creative, perceiving my surroundings multidimensionally, experiencing thought as if it is vivid reality.
“While most people consider dyslexia a handicap, I consider dyslexia a gift. The significance of my learning disability, through each educational stage of my life, has molded me into the person I am today.
“I am no longer suppressed, isolated, or damaged by the conventional learning process. I always strive to be prepared, and know that I have to continue tapping into my creative, intuitive, and insightful nature in order to further my education.
“My vigilant determination to learn and succeed, in both the classroom and world, has led me to where I am today. I will not be a successful lawyer in spite of my disability; I will be a successful lawyer because it is the best use of my given abilities.”
(Dylan worked with Betty, along with his sister and mother, when he was 11.)