Questions Parents Ask About Dyslexia

Dyslexia Frequently Asked Questions Here are some of the frequently asked questions we receive about dyslexia.  Some of it is going to be great news for you, and some of it will help you have a better understanding of the road ahead.  These frequently asked questions are a good start for a parent who is […]

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How To Prevent Dyslexia From Damaging Your Child’s Self-esteem

There is a lot of talk these days about children and self-esteem, and for a child with dyslexia it’s vital for us to understand what our children need. Only then you can build self-esteem effectively despite dyslexia. Having dyslexia makes a lot of tasks more difficult than other children would find them. There’s nothing to […]

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How Dyslexia Impacts Your Child’s Learning

Your child’s learning will be impacted if your child has dyslexia.  It’s vital to put a few things in place to reduce the impact dyslexia has on your child’s enjoyment of school and ability to cope with school. Tips For Parents About Reading For reading, your child needs to be away from florescent light and […]

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How It Feels In Class For A Child Who Has Dyslexia

Do you know how it really feels to be a child with dyslexia sitting in a classroom? Have you ever taken a moment to think that through? Understanding dyslexia in children and how it feels to have dyslexia is an important thing. Only then you can help your dyslexic children. The first thing that occurs […]

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Common Symptoms of Dyslexia in School Children

Many parents fear that their child has dyslexia, but don’t know what to look for. Let’s have a chat about the things that might indicate that your child has dyslexia. The first thing to look for is physical discomfort when your child is reading. Does your child have sore eyes, watery eyes, or tired eyes […]

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Why Are Parents Terrified of Dyslexia?

So many parents are fearful of their children being diagnosed as having dyslexia. Sometimes the fear almost borders on irrational or hysterical, but it doesn’t need to be this way. There are things in life that we should fear, but dyslexia in children is not one of them. That’s because the outlook for a child […]

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How to talk to teachers about your child when there are problems

Often, as parents, we sense problems for our child at school, and we need to approach teachers in calm, proactive ways to get the right help for our child. Book An Appointment Trying to talk with teachers five minutes before the bell rings guarantees that teachers cannot give the issues the time and attention they […]