Brian Has Been Completely Remediated

This is why Susan Barton warns parents that if their child needs testing to prove dyslexia, do not wait until they have finished the Barton System. 

I wanted to share some exciting news about my son, Brian, who is now 16.

He was diagnosed with severe dyslexia when he was 10.

He needed an updated educational evaluation for accommodations on the college entrance exams. He was evaluated by Dr. Varia, Ph.D. from Mindwell Psychology. She has a strong specialty in dyslexia.

After Dr. Varia tested him, she told me that she would not have known Brian has dyslexia had I not told her prior to the exam. Her testing did not pick it up. She said Brian has been completely remediated. I was stunned!

I knew your program was the best, but I had no idea that it could improve Brian’s reading and spelling skills to the point that his dyslexia became undetectable.

So from the bottom of our hearts, thank you so very much!

Amy Summers, parent
and Certified Barton Tutor at the Advanced Level
Oakton, VA

3 responses

  1. Pilar Padilla | Reply

    My name is Pilar Padilla, I’m 64 yrs old
    And I believe that I have dyslexia, I don’t know if it’s worth me doing something now, went I believe all my life I just didn’t have the concentration or desire to learned, especially since my siblings where very bright, but now I would like to help my grandchildren and I don’t know if I have what it takes.

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  3. I too have experienced this ‘remediation’ with my daughter. I was told when she was about 8 or 9 by a school reading specialist at our homeschool group that my daughter had dyslexia. They recommended Barton. We used Barton for years. As she was getting ready to start a high school/community college program at the age of 16 I decided to have her tested in case she needed college accommodations. However, the testing specialists said that she did not have dyslexia. That, although her spelling was not accurate, she showed no signs of dyslexia. Barton made all the difference.

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