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Renee Magnusson

Reading Horizons is one of the uncommon phonics programs geared toward adults. It never talks down to adults or makes them feel that they are doing the work of a child. It presents concepts clearly, and it provides opportunities for drill and practice. It has helped our … read more ›

Lynn Haugen

The Reading Horizons computer program works very well for us! Recently, Rick, a 48-year-old student with third-grade reading level, started the program. Once he started, he didn't want to stop. Many times he kept working after class. He was so excited about what … read more ›

Ian Francis

The Reading Horizons program has also helped my reading and my pronouncing words correctly a lot. Now I feel that I can help my father, who is also dyslexic and a diabetic person, by reading his letters and filling (out) forms, etc. He depends totally on me, and I am happy … read more ›

Jaime Alvarado

Knowing how to read at a 5th-grade level and spell at an even lower level made me self-conscious. After spending 19 hours on this program, I have improved my reading to almost a ninth-grade level. The post-evaluation report stated that there was a change of three years … read more ›

Carol Wilber

From my past research, most phonics programs were strictly geared for elementary students and were humiliating to an adult. Finally, I found one that seemed to do the job without the embarrassment that most adults entail when admitting to illiteracy. I discovered that it … read more ›
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