What people are saying about Phono-Graphix

What parents have to say about Phono-Graphix

"My son and I attended for the one week intensive program. It was well worth it! My son is 7 and was a very discouraged little boy when it came to reading and eventually all of school. He has struggled with reading and recently was diagnosed LD. We just followed [the instructor's] lead and he was making progress after the first day... the results are amazing! He is smiling and laughing while reading stories to me and not crying anymore!!"

"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 love Phono-Graphix. It is easy to understand and even my illiterate students grasp it rather easily. Your program is the only one my students have felt successful with."

Sandy Freitas, California Department of Corrections

"Having been working with our adult students for almost an entire school year now using Reading Reflex, I am seeing the impact of the methodology and understand more than ever the necessity of so many other educators needing knowledge of an effective reading intervention and instruction technique."

Alexis Scranton, Atlanta, Georgia

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

"This course has been informative and fun. I have enjoyed working through the instruction and the videos. The examples of real life one-on-one instruction is my favorite part. I have been working through the program with my niece, and I have been amazed at her progress. I am looking forward to working with more students and seeing the amazing progress in their reading also."

T. Kinler, Paulina, LA

"What I love about Phono-Graphix is that every student can benefit from it in one way or another. From Kindergarteners who would learn the "sound pictures" of sounds instead of being burdened with trying to remember the letter name of each word and the sound, to the 6th grader who is beginning to struggle with decoding multi-syllabic words that he encounters in his reading. Instead of teaching phonics rules which all have exceptions, Phono-Graphix teaches a logical way of approaching a word. For the older student, learning the "special endings" and the "dominant" syllable can be extremely helpful. For the younger student, learning that "sound pictures" can have multiple sounds, trying one and if that doesn’t look or sound right, try another sound picture. Phono-Graphix is the best program that encompasses the blending, segmenting and manipulation of sounds while the child is learning. There are no mistakes in Phono-Graphix, only learning situations as even mistakes are used as teaching tools."

Mary Calvert, Alexandria, VA

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

"This program is awesome! I was able to learn a lot about how to use it, but also about phonics as a whole. I cannot wait to use it in my classroom this year!"

Erica Vassos, Bethesda, MD

"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