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Helma Christiane Bloomberg"
While I was using her method, Ms P was available online and on the phone to help with questions and offer suggestions. She is an amazing, caring, and very experienced teacher and I can't recommend her highly enough.
I'll never forget what she told me when I expressed concern about my ability to teach my autistic child to read (we had tried many other methods without success). She said, "If he can speak, he can learn to read". And she was right!
I am forever in Ms. P's debt for giving my son the most critical and valuable tool in his possession: knowing how to read!"
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