Working at home vs. Facilitator

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vanfull3
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Working at home vs. Facilitator

Post by vanfull3 » Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:16 am

I am wondering if anyone has bought the kit to do the Davis program at home that includes the videos for training? I am debating this route vs. going through a facilitator. Any helpful advice or recommendations would be appreciated. Thank you.

joshnreader
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Re: Working at home vs. Facilitator

Post by joshnreader » Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:02 pm

it would be good if you go with the kit because it will develop your own knowledge and it is always helpful, although facilitator will help you but i always go with stuff like videos and manuals

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Re: Working at home vs. Facilitator

Post by jbrown » Thu May 10, 2018 11:02 am

Hi Vanfull,
I am wondering what you decided to do; buy the pack or go it on your own? I am looking at the same question and am wondering how it went for you?
I have been working for a few days now w/ my daughter and we are on punctuation symbol mastery, but I would love to know what a day should look like doing this program. I am following the book the best I can, but I would love some feedback from someone who has done this before.

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Re: Working at home vs. Facilitator

Post by egfriedman » Mon Jun 01, 2020 3:48 pm

I am a reading specialist who is not into one specific approach, but have created my own program. I am starting facilitation options where parents can just grab my brain for a few minutes at a time...

https://youtu.be/ycCY32dyN50

Life is just so perfect with these guys, that it is a BIG deal from G-d to have a kid like this.
And school stuff never need to be made into a little deal.

That's why we have dyslexia's deal.

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