What people are saying about Phono-Graphix

What parents have to say about Phono-Graphix

"This course has been unspeakably useful. As a reading instructor and a member of a family with an autistic boy and an ADD/dyslexic boy, the concept that letters are pictures of sounds has been like an awakening!"

A. Herring, Chino Hills, CA

"I am a parent of three children, two of which struggled tremendously breaking the code to reading, particularly my 10 year old. We tried private tutors, and a myriad of programs until Phono-Graphix was introduced by a speech and language therapist. It has been the only approach to reading that has helped our child. Many thanks for creating this brilliant and logical program that is accessible to professionals and parents."

P. Nashman, Toronto, Ontario

What teachers say about using Phono-Graphix in their classrooms

"I teach first and second grade students, often in a pull-out small group setting. [Phono-Graphix] is a great introduction for emergent readers. [Students] love to work with the picture and letter cards, sounding the letters and spelling the words. I clip the picture and the letters together, to easily "toss" a new word across the table. As soon as they figure out the word, they call it out and get another. They also love to play "phoneme manipulation" (a word I teach them, to impress them with what it is they are learning to do). I spell the first word on the card, then they take turns changing one sound to make the new word. It is a great skill-building activity. Never a year goes by that I don't use Phono-Graphix. "

Jodi C., Bryn Athyn, PA

"Taking this training course has been a positive and extremely beneficial endeavor. I have had the opportunity to learn more about my students and I feel strongly that they have benefited greatly from the process as well. I am excited to share my love of Phono-Graphix with my colleagues in hopes that they will start to implement it in the classroom."

Heather Town, Sun Valley, Idaho

What certified practitioners say about using Phono-Graphix in thier clinical practices, home-schooling, tutoring and more

"I have thoroughly enjoyed the course and developed a lot of confidence in my abilities to identify reading and and spelling problems. I can better understand why dyslexic children have such difficulty but know that I can help effectively with my new Phono-Graphix tools. The course has been useful but help and encouragement form other teachers and experts who use the scheme makes it come alive and make sense.I am looking forward to developing my expertise and effectiveness. Many thanks!"

A. Elliman, Surrey, UK

"This course is fantastic for anyone teaching reading. It brings the task back to basics, it cuts out all the complexities of spelling rules, long and short vowels, etc. etc., and gets straight to the task. Really worthwhile! Not only do I as a tutor find this beneficial, my most difficult reluctant readers are really progressing due to Phono-Graphix."

O. McDaid, Strabane, Northern Ireland

What students have to say about being taught using Phono-Graphix

"Phono-Graphix not only helped me to read, but also helped me pass my driving test! Because PG is so visual, I found it easy to remember the symbols in the driving book. My driving instructor said I was the ONLY person they had taught who knew EVERY road sign. Thank you Phono-Graphix!"

Kiran Sehmi

What our trainees say about our course

"I enjoyed the course very much, got a great deal more out of it than I thought. The speedy replies from the course co-ordinators were much appreciated. First time I have done an online course and it worked well for me. Congratulations for working out such a good program"

Pamela Corbyn, Spearwood, Australia

"I have really enjoyed this course and have already seen how Phono-Graphix has quickly produced results, in reading and spelling but also in the confidence this gives the children by seeing the progress they are making. Working with a number of year 4 and 5 children all of them enjoyed their individual and group sessions, sometimes asking for more. As an intervention it can be implemented quickly and effectively helping to bridge the gaps of those children who are struggling and bring them closer to their peers."

C. Gaston, London UK