OnPoint Learning Center helps children, adults with dyslexia
November 12, 2012 | 3:18 p.m. CSTCathy Cook works on making clay letters while her grandson Jeremiah Hartz, 5, draws in her office Thursday. Cook started her business, OnPoint Learning Center, in 2005 to help children and adults with dyslexia. She uses the "Davis Method," which utilizes a dyslexic person's visual thinking skills and hands-on methods to learn the alphabet and to read.
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