Workshops & Training

It has been proven that early intervention is the most effective way to help children with dyslexia and other hidden learning difficulties. If identified and given the right interventional support at early age, it reduces the emotional and psychosocial problems experienced by children with learning difficulties.


We conduct regular workshops to provide parents and caregivers with the knowledge, support, and skills to deal with dyslexia and other specific learnings.  We partner with professionals and other experts to facilitate the workshops. 

The workshops provide effective way of providing participants with skill to identify and better manage the conditions. The participants get to learn where to find support.

The awareness workshops are conducted online and at our main centre in Rare Gem Talent School in Kitengela and at various schools all over the country. 

Invite us for parents’ meetings, closing days, parents’ clinic, church groups etc.  We visit churches during disability awareness week.

Please submit the form on this page if you require more information or would like to register for one of our upcoming workshops.


One teacher can make all the difference in the life of a child with dyslexia. Teachers often see the signs of dyslexia first. Dyslexia is not obvious before a child goes to school.

Our Dyslexia Online Training for educators, parents and psychologists are one our core services and one that has produced extremely positive feedback.

Parents depend on teachers to understand and support all their children learning needs.  Where teachers lack the awareness of learning difficulties, the affected children suffer neglect and are stigmatized. The blame game between teachers and parents psychologically affects the child.

Our training enables educators and parents gain insight and understanding of children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties and offer the necessary support.

The short course delivered on 4 Saturdays.

  • Introduction to dyslexia
  • Supporting children with dyslexia in class
  • Introduction to Structured Literacy
  • Inclusion of children with learning difficulties in literacy and numeracy