Making literacy easier in New Zealand

Empowering Learning reaches New Zealand

As progress with Empowering Learning continues apace, we are delighted to announce that Andrea O’Hagan is now map_of_new-zealandcompleting her Empowering Learning Jumpstarting Literacy and Numeracy training. She has been using mental
imagery for some time, has run various initiatives to improve literacy and lives in Whakatane, North Island, New Zealand.
Andrea is on a mission to introduce Empowering Learning to children and adults in New Zealand and improve literacy and numeracy.  She is especially interested in assisting Maori children, Pacific islanders and children who are under-performing in school.
I have attached some information about Empowering Learning and our latest on-line courses, that are available in New Zealand. Empowering Learning Info Sheet  Information sheet prices
Please join us on facebook and you are welcome to pass this onto others who maybe interested. If you would like a summary of how mental imagery is used with literacy do register at for a series of short videos.


About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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1 Response to Making literacy easier in New Zealand

  1. Dear Olive

    Bernadette McLean, from the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre has referred me to you. We would be honored to have you join The Learning Difference Convention in Sydney Australia in August 2016 as a guest speaker.

    Please can you contact me or send me your telephone number so that we can discuss.

    Kind regards

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