Genuine Results, Educational Opportunities from the comfort of home!

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If you are like most Queenslander’s with school aged children, you are now preparing to ‘Learn from Home’ for an extended period of time and the Reading Our Way program is a perfect addition to your at home resources. 

Reading Our Way gives a fresh approach that makes teaching early reading and word recognition to children, and adults alike, more effective, particularly for visual learners.

The all-inclusive program teaches sight words through fun, interactive and engaging activities, with everything that is needed to implement the program included in the kit.

Marion Connel used the program with her grandson Tommy, who has Down syndrome, throughout his time at school.  Along with the help and follow through of his teachers this gave him a good sound basis for reading & writing.

Marion added, “Tommy and I both enjoyed using this program, shared many happy hours together and now at age 14 Tommy can read and spell well. It’s perfect for home schooling!”

Reading Our Way delivers genuine results that transform educational opportunities and put the enjoyment of reading in the hands of a diverse audience.

Down Syndrome Queensland CEO, Darryl Steff added, “We have championed this program at Down Syndrome Queensland for a number of years. Not only is it a fantastic program for the Down syndrome community but for all ages and learning needs.”

The program can be sold as a set or can be purchased as individual levels, depending on the needs of each family or individual.  Programs can also be purchased using NDIS funds if the participants goals are in line with the use of a program such as Reading Our Way.

Visit for more information and details on how to purchase!

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Notes to Editor:

Down Syndrome Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation serving all of Queensland, with regional representatives located across the state, providing practical and emotional support to people with Down syndrome and their families.