From the parent of a TPE student:
"We can't thank you enough for all that you have done for our family! You have shown us a new world that has been tough, sad, HAPPY and so rewarding!"
From the parent of two virtual TPE students in Oregon:
"THANK YOU! You are so organized and amazing! I just feel so fortunate to have found you!"
From the mother of a TPE student:
"My daughter attends True Potential and it has helped her in so many ways. She has gained skills and confidence through her short time, and those are priceless gifts." - Anna Jordal
"Our family wanted to thank you all from the bottom of our heart! We were so glad fate had our paths cross at the right moment… our first grade son was struggling with reading and starting to dislike school. You helped us understand his unique challenges and with tutoring, you’ve helped him become a great reader. Perhaps more importantly, this built his academic confidence and ability to learn that will forever change his life path!"
From the mother of a student, in regards to a conversation with his classroom teacher at conferences:
"[Student] is now one of the best spellers in the class!" Please pass on huge pats on the back to those who tutor this guy!
From the mother of student who was assessed at TPE:
"I just wanted to write you a quick note and say thank you for all that you do. I was truly impressed by your services and everything amazing that you do.
Three weeks after receiving your report, [student] stood before his third grade class and told them he is dyslexic. He explained to them what it meant, and how it affects kids. I truly believe that because of your testing and way of explaining things to him you have unlocked a confidence like no other in him. [Student] is truly flourishing in school now, and since his mind has been put to ease as to why things are a little harder in some areas, he is learning how to adapt.
I also want to thank you for the time and extensive lengths that you put into your reports. I know that without this I would have not had what I needed to get [student] the services that he needs at school. I started [student] out on a 504 plan, and have since moved him to an IEP. [Student]'s teacher didn't feel that she could provide all the accommodations that he needed on her own, so an IEP made the most sense. I just know that I am grateful for the school district that I live in because they took all of your recommendations and implemented all of them with no questions asked. I know that this seldom happens.
I want to become an advocate for dyslexia and help more families that are struggling to become aware and get the services that their children need and deserve. Thank you for all you do and please keep up the good work."