Dyslexia BOP

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Angi Fiaola - Davis Dyslexia Correction® Facilitator

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Dyslexia is often thought of as a reading problem experienced by intelligent people. However, dyslexia is not limited to literacy issues. It is an alternative way of thinking, primarily using pictures or images. Such visual thinking enables individuals to view the world from many different perspectives and in creative ways. Unfortunately, it can also negatively impact a range of areas, including literacy and numeracy, motor skills, organisation, focus, time management and auditory processing. This can have a significant affect on the person’s life.

Hi, I am Angi Fiaola and I am the founder of Dyslexia BOP.

My passion about dyslexia stems from the personal experience of watching my dyslexic son struggle at school. I knew he was very bright, but he thought he was stupid because his classmates achieved academic results while he was being left behind. This first hand experience enables me to truly understand the frustration, anxiety and worry that can accompany dyslexia. Its a privilege to see the positive changes when we apply the Davis® Programmes - seeing these results is what makes me so passionate about being a facilitator.

Angi Fiaola - Davis Dyslexia Correction® Facilitator

Phone: +64(07)308 6882
Mobile: +64(027) 280 2953
Email: angifiaola@yahoo.com
Bay of Plenty, Whakatane, New Zealand

 

You are not alone there is a solution.

Dyslexia BOP offers individualised corrections programmes to overcome these challenges and reach their full potential.

Come and meet me for a coffee and a casual chat about your dyslexia concerns and we can take it from there. 


Albert Einstein: "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."
 
Mohammad Ali: "As a high school student, many of my teachers labeled me ‘DUMB.’ Of course I knew who the real dummies were. I barely graduated from high school. There was no way I was going to college–I never even thought about it. I could barely read my textbooks."
 
John Britten was a New Zealand mechanical engineer who designed a world-record-setting motorcycle with innovative features and materials. A dyslexic, he needed to have exam questions read to him at school and during his tertiary education, and his answers recorded by a writer, but that didn’t stop him from developing into a remarkable engineer and designer.
 
Whoopi Goldberg:"The advantage of dyslexia is that my brain puts information in my head in a different way".
 
Leonardo da Vinci: One remarkable indication that Leonardo was dyslexic is in his handwriting. Leonardo was constantly sketching out his ideas for inventions. Most of the time, he wrote his notes in reverse, mirror image.
 
Richard Branson: "Being dyslexic can actually help in the outside world. I see some things clearer then other people do because I have to simplify things and that has helped me and that has helped others".
 
Steven Spielberg: It was the last puzzle part in a tremendous mystery that I've kept to myself all these years," says the director. Diagnosed five years ago he stated: "Movies kind of saved me from putting it on myself, from making it my burden when it wasn't."
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