Are you a parent who worries about your child's future because they struggle with literacy or learning issues? Do you believe that there is a solution and are still looking?

Well, you found it! Our Wild Alphabet Adventures guide your family so that in just 5 weeks your child (and you ;-) will have legible printing, focusing tools that work and increased confidence toward lessons, assignments and tests. Ready for the future as a family!

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Do you hope that things will get better every year but watch as your child falls further behind academically and socially?

Does your child have an IEP or ISP?

Does your child struggle with any of the following:

  • Messy writing, (dysgraphia)
  • Poor spelling,
  • Slow reading, 
  • Trouble turning thoughts into words, or
  • Inconsistent focus?

If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, then you're in the right place! 

The Quests in our Wild Alphabet Adventures lead to increasing skills and confidence as we build solid, proven tools for learning, connection and communication. 

Ask us about our sessions specifically for neurodiverse families (with or without an autism diagnosis).

What’s included in Wild Alphabet Family Adventure?

This is the whole enchilada! This is the entire Wild Alphabet Adventure that provides everything you need to fill in gaps, build new habits and routines and soar to the highest academic and social heights!

  • Week 1: Self-guided Learning Warmups preparation that you will refine with us when we meet live.
  • A 2-day live in-person weekend workshop that follows a scientifically proven structure for filling in unexpected foundational literacy gaps.
  • Week 2: Spelling and Punctuaction tips and tricks.
  • Weeks 3-5: 3 weekly virtual coaching group sessions with that mix the sciences of happiness and learning to bring it all home.
  • Custom-designed Adventure Journals for adults and children
  • Materials kits for 2 participants(or more) that are exclusive to WAFA
  • A supportive online parenting community
  • 3 bonus downloadable success guides
  • Other surprises...

We love community!  Contact us for group offers

WAFA is for any parent who is ready to explore and committed to adventuring with their child to unlock hidden talents and open strong literacy skills for life!

When does it start?

Next Start Date is May 1st, with a 2-day virtual workshop on May 6 and 7, 2023.

How does WAFA engage reluctant learners? (S/he loves to learn but not at home, and especially not with us!)"

When a child is living with the stress of feeling inadequate in some way at school, often because they are not successful at all that's being asked of them, home is the place where they seek sanctuary. If the challenging school tasks are being repeated at home, and nothing is changing to increase competence and confidence, resistance is common.


WAFA is specifically designed to engage the parent as a co-pilot--one who is learning new skills and mindset shifts alongside their child. The dynamic is very different from the one in which the parent is the adult/instructor. Parents  of reluctant home learners find that if they engage themselves fully in the process and invite the child to join more as a peer, there is a shift in the dynamic.  The activities are also very different from common homework tasks. When we match natural kinaesthetic skills that feel logical, relevant and purposeful to life goals, learning becomes the joyful adventure it should be.

Does WAFA correct dysgraphia or "messy writing"? Can it be corrected? I understand it to be a 'more unique way of being' we adapt to rather than something that needs to be corrected?

We have confidence in the ability of every person to re-learn the letters of the alphabet in a way that supports their ability to produce printing that is in order-- as opposed to the dis-order of dysgraphia.

With respect to dysgraphia being "a way of being" it's true that some people  have the ability to "bend reality" and see things  differently from what we tend to consider to be "objective reality".  This tends to interfere with literacy skills, which require a consistent perception  point that is frequently different from the creative perception point.


It has been our experience that specific grounding and activities re-orient these creative and talented athletes, scientists and artists to be connected to literacy in accurate ways. They don't lose the ability to be creative in their unique ways, but they can choose when to be oriented for literacy success.

Diane's own experience of re-learning the alphabet gave her freedom to express her creativity more than she ever had before.

Does WAFA help with spelling and punctuation?

Once the Alphabetter Bootcamp is completed we jump right into Spelling and Punctuaction to apply the WAA strategies to spelling and punctuation as you practice using your new alphabet in real life! 

In Alphabetter Bootcamp, the process of re-learning the letters of the alphabet includes mastering the sequence, both forward and backward. The very same actions work for spelling. Students bring their most challenging words and we all play until the words are just as solid as the alphabet.

Then we build a solid punctuation foundation. There are a variety of activities, including our own Punctuation Rap that you can choose to dance to whenever you wish!

What if my child only uses cursive writing at school? Will this be confusing and set them back?

If your child has never been taught to use printed letters while writing by hand, this is the time to fill in that gap!

Even if we never use a pen and paper (because everything is digital) it's really important to have certainty of the printed letters. After all, that's what you use when reading both digital and analogue books, magazines, sites and networks. If there's any confusion, it's distracting and slowing you down.

When speaking with your child's teacher, show them the alphabet assessment form and explain that you want your child to resolve their confusion about the printed letters and print their letters for a period of time (rather than use cursive) to fully integrate them.

It won't be long before their printing is solid. That's when cursive can be re-introduced.

Do I need to attend the webinars with my child?


Some events will be just for the parents, and some will be for both of you.

There are some they can do alone, but it's always more fun together.

That's why it's called  "Wild Alphabet Family Adventure" !

When will the LIVE coaching sessions take place?

The first weekend after the Adventure Kickoff call will run for 6 hours each day (with breaks). We also offer options for two Saturdays or two Sundays in a row to fit your family's schedule.

Weekly coaching occurs at different times for different communities, depending on where in the world everyone is. In the past, we have had families meet on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Because the live sessions are all recorded, it's never a problem if you can't always make them live. Feel free to send in your specific questions so they can be answered.

You'll also be able to interact with each other in our Adventure Forum through your personal dashboard.

Will the LIVE weekly coaching sessions be recorded?


If you aren’t able to watch LIVE, you can watch the recordings later. It’s all about working flexibly with your schedule.

If you have any questions you can submit them in advance, so even if you aren’t able to watch LIVE, you can still ask a question. We also have regular email communication for feedback and questions.

NOTE: The Bootcamp weekends are NOT recorded because you must attend them with us. You will have access to trainings in your dashboard that can help you preview and review what we do.

How much time will WAFA require?

The Bootcamp weekends are 6 hours each day (with breaks). The weekly live sessions are 60 minutes. 

From your Dashboard trainings, you'll have actions to practice and skills to grow with your child. As with all areas of life, the more you put into the adventure, the greater the result.

We have designed the Adventure so that 30 minutes per day will produce great results. This includes using the Learning Warmups as part of family bonding time and homework sessions, and completing your Adventure Guides during the final 3 weeks.

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