Get the most from school. Increase their support bubble with better help from private tutors and the authorities. Know which reasonable adjustments and technology help them learn.
Dyslexic friendly way to teach a child. Use at home or in the classroom, to make helpful adjustments.
Get the right support for a dyslexic child, by asking teachers to write an Educational Learning Plan. Learn about what the plan should include.
Ensure you choose the right dyslexia tutor for your child. Check that they are trained and safe to teach children. Ask the tutor these questions.
Do you find it stressful talking to school teachers? To get your dyslexic child the help they need. Use this guide to help you speak to teachers so they will listen.
Assistive technologies to help dyslexic children learn. Use accessible software on computers, I-pads and phones.
Learn about formal dyslexia assessments. Get jargon-free answers to your questions.
Grow your support network, so you can give the dyslexic child the extra support they need.
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