Cracking the Dyslexia Code is the culmination of 10 years of research and development at the Neuro-Linguistic Learning Center in Northern California.
Neuro-Linguistic Learning Center was founded in 2006 by Gerald Hughes with the single mission, to help children, teens, and adults in overcoming the effects of Dyslexia, ADHD and other Learning Challenges. It was out of this mission that the Cracking the Dyslexia Code Program was born.
Cracking the Dyslexia Code is a step-by-step, easy-to-implement process that addresses the four principle issues or subtypes underlying most reading struggles. These four issues are:
Stress (Focus and Attention)
NLC research showed us again and again that when these four issues are addressed, most reading struggles virtually disappear. With most remedial reading systems, struggling readers were required to spend hundreds of hours on phonics drills and remedial reading practice.
With Cracking the Dyslexia Code, many struggling readers can increase their comprehension and retention in just the first few hours of practice.
Cracking the Dyslexia Code is NOT designed for “normal” readers. Cracking the Dyslexia Code is specifically designed to address the unique Sensory Perception and Processing issues that most struggling readers face.
Cracking the Dyslexia Code step-by-step program is easily self-administered by teens and adults. Younger children are easily coached through the program by a parent or teacher.
The ONLY requirement for success is to get started. A modest investment of only 30 minutes a day for five consecutive days will absolutely yield positive results.
One last note: I’ve gone to great lengths to overcome my own limitations and set a good example with my spelling and grammar in this publication. That said, I have taken some license with capitalization, font size and other editorial devices to convey our message as clearly and concisely as possible.
I hope you enjoy Cracking the Dyslexia Code. More than that, I hope that you and/or your child use this information to find new success in all your reading and learning endeavors.