Learning Codes – What are they?

If you have a child or teenager who is struggling, say in school or with life, you can show them start achieving great results-almost immediately with the FerrisWheel’s Learning Codes.

The FerrisWheel system can help to improve both their school work and self-esteem. For less than 10 minutes a day, in just six short weeks your child can begin to see AMAZING results using the FerrisWheel Learning Codes Video Series.

What do I get? You get a day-by-day guide to switch on your child’s learning ability. This includes body and brain stimulating exercises to improve reading, spelling, memory and recall, study skills, concentration and self-esteem.

If you want personalised one to one work with our specially trained professionals then you can avail of our Gold Medal Learning Codes from anywhere in the world. Your child will get three live consultations with our FerrisWheel team and a personalised 6 week daily programme to turbo-charge their abilities.

A Ferriswheel brings you to new heights using a unique code, unlocking something special from within.  Children to improve their skills with conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, attention deficit and autistic spectrum disorders- We’ve also seen dramatic results with deep-seated challenges such as Anorexia Nervosa and  anxieties following adoption and parental separation.

Let me give you an example: When Kevin’s parents brought him to the FerrisWheel Clinic he struggled with dyslexia and dyscalculia (that’s difficulty with both reading and mathematics) He was totally disorganised, was troublesome in school and had really low self-esteem.

Kevin got a personalised Ferriswheel program of exercises and learned how to organise his mind. 6 months later Kevin is much happier in himself. He is coping very well in school, and no longer needs a special needs assistant. His life has changed. Kevin and his parents are thrilled.

Working together, we guarantee life changing improvement. Thousands of people have already benefited and now you can too!

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