Do you or someone you know struggle with reading, handwriting, math or attention, but is smart in other ways?

Brilliance emanates when a proud individual can tell you the name of every part of a tractor and how it all works, but self-esteem can diminish when unable to read or write like others.

This is only one example of intelligence inside a dyslexic where academic failure can impede self-worth.

Traditionally, educators classify Dyslexia as a disability to receive funding. With many remedial approaches that focus on coping strategies with drill and repetition, learning struggles still exist.

Alternative Learning Solutions Hawaii understands that dyslexia is not a disability, but a difference in a learning and thinking style.

Dyslexics are creative, imaginative, and intelligent. With Davis® methods to correct visual and auditory perceptions, they gain focus and attention so learning can take place. Fun creative multisensory techniques are integrated, to resolve confusion about letters, words, punctuation marks, numbers, and math symbols, for which reading fluency/comprehension and writing skills improve. Ultimately, they learn to master anything they need to.

Because the same dyslexic thinking style is shared with other learning challenges, Ronald D. Davis, the founder of this innovative approach, and licensed Davis® Facilitators have helped others worldwide with these struggles and/or labels, but not limited to:

Contact Vickie Kozuki AhYou, a licensed Davis® Facilitator, of Alternative Learning Solutions Hawaii, to provide answers and results for children, teens, and adults who are being left behind.

“We have been particularly pleased with the results of Ron Davis’ program. One visual-spatial learner gained 4 grade levels in one week, and retained the gain.”

Dr. Linda Kreger Silverman, Director of the Gifted Development Center and author of Upside-Down Brilliance; The Visual-Spatial Learner

20% of children as well as adults fail to respond to the streamlined "one-size-fits-all" learning approaches, with or without a formal diagnosis of a learning disability.

If you or your child “didn’t get it” in school, has had intervention at school, private tutoring, or home schooling, and continues to struggle, there is a solution.

  • Attention & Focus
  • Auditory Perception
  • Basic Foundational
    Mathematics (Dyscalculia)
  • Central Auditory
    Processing Disorder
  • Cognitive Learning Disabilities
  • Concept of Time
  • Coordination and Balance
  • Developmental Reading
  • Handwriting (Dysgraphia)
  • Language-based
    Learning Disabilities
  • Learning Disabilities NOS
    (Not Otherwise Specified)
  • Organization Skills
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Reading Fluency
  • Sensory Integration Dysfunction
  • Specific Learning Disabilities
  • Spelling
  • Visual Perception
  • Visual-Spatial
    Learning Styles