Empowering Learning

Capturing your child's exceptional talents


Why Bright Creative Kids Get Left Behind....and How to Change This

  • Can you find their exceptioanl talents, amoungst all the challenges?
  • What are the gifts they bring to the world?
  • Discover how to use their strengths to be amazing

This is the page to sign-up for our new book "Why Bright Creative Kids Get Left Behind....and How to Change This.  Sign-up now and get the first two chapters for free plus some bonus videos about different aspects of these insights.

Learning difficulties can be such a challenge it is difficult to remember the talents these children have.

But these adults and children are often very creative, determined and motivated problem solvers. So how can they have exceptional talents and at the same time some quite debilitating symptoms.

The answer is quite simple; one is the flip side of the other. When you concentrate on their strengths something magical starts to happen, the negatives don't seem so bad any more. You will learn how to:

  • understand the gifts that lie behind learning differences
  • seek out the positives
  • defocus from the negatives and see less of them
  • use the positive skills to mitigate the negatives
  • and much more besides.

Sign up opposite for FREE and get the first 2 chapters plus a free teleseminar immediately.  You can start to learn new skills for you, your students and your family.

Just sign up opposite for our FREE TELECLASS

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email giving you access to the webinar.

 "This is so easy, isn't it cheating"


Empowering Learning offers services from the Olive Hickmott, the co-founder of the work known as Seeing Spells Achieving, in association with those we have trained. This work has been further developed, now called Empowering Learning, simplified and extended for other learning difficulties such as ADD/ADHD, Dyspraxia, Tourettes, Dysgraphia, Aspergers and Autism and published in Bridges to Success - How to Transform Learning Difficulties. Empowering Learning is not a replacement for other educational practices and techniques it is complementary.