Dewald was born Deaf of Deaf. Both his parents are deaf as well as his younger brother. Because he was failing English Literacy, Mathematics and Sign Language, Dewald attended a 10-day, 43-hour Edublox course. Watch the video to see the results....

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The pace of improvement quickened. Anne was noticeably a much more confident reader — e.g. she began reading to herself after listening to a story read by us. By agreement with the school Anne dropped the special needs classes. Her teacher also remarked on reading...

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Not only did he remain in high school, but he improved by twenty percent. In November last year he received his second degree at Westminster University in London and was one of the top students. His first degree he completed in Athens at a private...

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After a few months we started noticing that we did not have to tell him to do things. He started doing his homework, reading to his sister and reading the Bible at night, brushing his teeth, fastening his shoe laces etc. His school marks improved,...

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He is now reading 'The Box Car Children' in one day’s sitting (in just a couple of hours! It is amazing that he will even sit still to read a book in one sitting!) He can almost read The Hardy Boys on his own, having...

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She scored 70% and the teacher commented that the programme is clearly developing her memory and again, Robyn's result had placed her in the middle of the class of 25 rather than her norm of being 25th…. We have progressed from being at wits end...

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I wasn't expecting for any huge jumps in ability. Well, three months into Edublox and earnestly, my son is now making more spontaneous comments about school which is wonderful, but the biggest difference academically is that his spelling improved immensely (which I hadn't even noticed...

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