Why many otherwise-normal, often high-IQ children should suffer from seeming "word-blindness" has baffled parents, teachers and professionals in many fields of endeavor for more than a century. Yet, despite a plethora of theories that has arisen as to the cause, the number of sufferers, described as "learning disabled," continue to multiply.
The book takes you on a journey through the history of learning disabilities, demonstrating one key factor that has so far been overlooked, which holds the answer to the riddle. With this key factor in hand, the authors conclusively argue that there is no such thing as a learning DISability, only an INability. The journey ends with a practical program, developed by Dr. Jan Strydom, that has been demonstrated to provide incredible relief to thousands of learners for a variety of learning problems, including problems with concentration, language, reading, spelling,writing and math.