Sharon Roberts

Licensed Davis Facilitator
Registered Nutritional Health Consultant
Board Member, Whole Dyslexic Society

After embarking upon various schools, tutoring methods and nutritional aids, Sharon remained puzzled why her child couldn’t do things other kids his age accomplished easily. 

There was endless homework, frustration and anxiety surrounding school. She was about to give up when she came across the book “The Gift of Dyslexia” by Ron Davis. 

The book made sense to me and offered a simple solution to correct the problem.

She found a nearby Davis facilitator, enrolled her son in a one week program and has never looked back. As soon as he returned to school, his homework time lessened, he had more confidence and “we knew things were going to be ok as he became more and more independent from traditional help.”

During her training to become a facilitator in the Davis methods, she learned she too had similar symptoms to her son. 

I used to avoid doing multiple-choice tests, found myself to be a bit klutzy and often found it difficult to verbalize my thoughts.

Using the Davis Methods have helped her overcome these hurdles which were recently proven when she received certification in nutrition and holistic health – examinations largely composed of multiple-choice questionnaires.

Licensed since 2003, Sharon has witnessed the positive effects the Davis Dyslexia Correction® Method has had on hundreds of lives in Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph and surrounding areas. 

It is Sharon’s goal that each client discovers and embraces their “Gift of Dyslexia”. Being dyslexic or having ADHD does not mean a lifetime of medications and remedial help. By tapping into a dyslexic’s visual-spatial and/or kinesthetic strengths one can overcome the drudgery of reading, writing and math. 

Every dyslexic person is unique and the Davis Dyslexia Correction ® Program can be fitted into any goal. It’s a time of self-discovery within a safe setting.

Sharon has a degree in History and a diploma in Journalism and Nutrition. Presently she is undergoing training in the Davis Autism Approach and hopes to be offering more this sometime in 2020. In the meantime, she is open to educating others on dyslexia through free telephone consultations and presentations. 

Sharon is also a member and contributor of the parent coach community at

Mission Statement of the WDS:

“To be an organization which offers a coordinated and central approach in addressing the needs of the dyslexic individual, their families and their community, while ensuring a safe place for accelerated learning, healing, education, social interaction and support of individual growth and development.”

I did it! I'm officially a graduate of the University of Guelph. I wanted to say thank you for everything you have done for me throughout the years to help me along my journey of education and overall learning.

I can honestly say that you are one of the most influential people in getting me here today, and because of that, you will always be a hero in my eyes.