dyslexia a2z – testimonials – feedback – comments


From time to time our readers leave comments that are non personal and we share them here.
The way students, parents and all professionals see us is very important to us.

We value all comments and suggestions. Since we started in 1991 we have been listening to what people have said – being able to develop a business based on the needs of our audience is crucial.

Please read the letters received on-line and at the Swindon Dyslexia Centre and/or DyslexiaA2Z, about our students’ experiences with us and make your own mind up.


Your information Helped me Thanks you much
Greeeeeeeeat Blog Love the Infomation you have provided me .


Melissa wrote “Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly, your help and advise has meant to world. Both this page and the website link above are both fanastic. Thanking you from the bottom of my heart.”
27/5/2011


‘dyslexiaA2Z is an AMAZING website and will probably have more than enough information for you to get to grips with the idea of this condition
this is a link to the dysgraphia section . . . ‘


Dear Brilliant People
wonderful resource…
no need to reply, you are too busy being creative for our benefits.
Fiona C


… thank you for giving Marc more confidence in everything that he attempts. . .


A happy Christmas to you. I remember and thank you repeatedly through the year as I see how Kathryn is continuing to develop and how sad some of the children at school struggle and have to endure such unhappy lives. Kathryn has been accepted on the Advanced Course for Childcare – not easy but she’s determined!


. . . hope you are keeping well and that the Centre is keeping up the good work. It certainly made a difference to Gareth and I never hesitate to recommend the Centre to anyone.


You have given Sean a light to carry in this dark dyslexic tunnel . . .


Thank you very much for helping me through my learning difficulties. I have learnt such a lot with you. I shall miss you all and hope I may visit you one day. Many thanks


. . .made such a vast improvement in her work at school and her confidence is brimming. .


It is with at tinge of sadness that I write this letter . . . you have helped us through a good chunk of Lana’s education, for which we are all very grateful. Thank you for this opportunity, which has put her in good stead for the rest of her education.


How can I possibly begin to thank you for everything you have done for Ben? He is going to miss you dreadfully.
In the past year his confidence has soared, he loves writing stories and reading.
. . . the encouragement you have given him has been wonderful. I am sure there must be days when you are teaching and you wonder if your efforts are even noticed or if its all worth it, well I want to assure you it means the world to me and my ‘little man’. I don’t know what we would have done without you and sometimes I think I must be mad moving so far away from the one person who can help Ben. I just hope and pray that with a lot of effort on my part, communication with the Dyslexic Centre he will continue to get on.
. . . you have made such a positive environment for Ben that he had no choice but to believe that he could and would understand all the confusion in his head, I firmly believe that you have a gift for teaching something, I have rarely seen, you have become very special to us and I’m sure you are just as special to all your pupils, keep up your wonderful work and think of us sometimes, we will be thinking of you.


. . .she clearly enjoys the classes. The confidence that she has gained in both school and home life is almost tangible.


all your pupils, keep up your wonderful work and think of us sometimes, we will be thinking of you.


I wanted to let you know how much I have appreciated the help and encouragement, which the Dyslexia Centre, has given to Martin over the last six months. It is wonderful to see his newfound confidence in his own abilities, the dramatic improvement in his spelling and handwriting, his enthusiasm for school and much better relationships both with his teachers and his peers. There is no doubt in my mind that the extra help came in the nick of time.
With your encouragement and what I can only describe as the patient, loving care, which Mrs Francis so clearly brings to her teaching, I really think that Martin would have given up on school – or at least any hope of success- entirely. I would not want to finish this without also acknowledging the advice and encouragement, which you (Maria Chivers) gave to me personally through the difficult months last summer. Your positive attitude and unfailing good humour were a great source of support to me at that time Please pass on these comments to the other teachers who taught Martin on occasions during holidays. Even this experience was of enormous benefit to Martin, who learned that you have many excellent teachers, all of who could help him. I feel this must have helped him to have confidence in the relatively large number of specialist teachers he has since come into contact with.


Thank you very much for helping me through my learning difficulties. I have learnt such a lot with you. I shall miss you all and hope I may visit you one day. Many thanks