Lois Letchford: Unraveling the Mysteries of a Child’s Mind

“Put away what’s not working and make learning fun.”

-Lois Letchford

Bump In The Road:

Lois Letchford on Learning with Learning Disabilities

Have you ever faced a challenge so daunting that it seemed insurmountable?

Our latest podcast episode features an extraordinary story of a mother, Lois Letchford , who transformed her son’s educational hurdles into an inspiring success. When her son Nicholas struggled with learning disabilities, Lois took matters into her own hands, proving that with creativity, dedication, and love, the impossible can become possible.

Discover how Lois’s innovative approach to teaching led Nicholas from being labeled with a low IQ to earning a PhD in applied mathematics from Oxford University. This episode is a heartfelt reminder of the power of personalized learning and the potential that lies within every child. 

Lois Letchford on Learning to Learn




My “bump in the road”  was more like diving off a cliff and ending up with a train derailment because you can’t see the end.”


“My story began in 1994 when I sent my second son to school.”


“I would love my kid to be normal, but I have learned so much.”


“We have to teach children like him to read in that first and second grade so they can be participants in the classroom further on.”


“Learning about Captain Cook taught me to love learning, and I never want to stop learning.”


“I’m so excited at all he’s learned. It’s just been amazing.”

Bump in the Road

Everyone hits a bump in the road. The question becomes: What do you do with it?

I share stories about how people experience, manage and navigate life's bumps, hopefully using them as a pivot into a more conscious and meaningful life.