Dyslexia support for adults with children 5 to 10 years old

"Every child deserves an adult that will never give-up on them" Rita Pearson

Did you have a role model in your life, an adult that supported and inspired you? For a child to succeed in life they need someone who will invest time and energy into them. My role model was my 90 year old Grandmother, she made me grow-up believing I could go on to do great things. That I deserved good things to happen to me. She did this by focusing on my strengths and by making me feel that I was important.

Caring for a dyslexic child can be hard. They may need extra help with homework and to get organised for school. It can be tiring, along with the constant worry about if they are struggling at school. It can feel like you are not doing enough, this is when the guilt, negative thoughts creep in. To be able to be an adult champion for a child, it is important you look after yourself. You need to be relaxed, refreshed with good mental health to be able to give them the support they need.

Adult Champion Card

The Mooki Cards contain a “Adult Champion” card. To help you look after your wellbeing and mental health. Use the card below on your phone or tablet for free!

This card is based on scientific research, on "NHS Self-help".

Parents Careers of Dyslexic Children

  • An adult champion is someone who supports a child and helps them. Children need positive role models, people in their lives that they can trust. This makes them feel secure, building the resilience needed to be a stable adult.
  • Children that develop confidence and have a good self-esteem. Are more likely to have healthier relationship with themselves and with others. This leads to better mental health and more opportunities in life.
  • A child creates an idea of who they are, by looking at how people around them treat them. If they hear positive things about themselves, they start to believe that they are special and can do things.

Learn more about building resilience in a dyslexic child, "Top 10 Ways To Raise A Happy Dyslexic Child".

Look After Your Wellbeing

Top Tips from Dyslexic Mum

  • Adult Champion - The most valuable gift you can to a child is your love, time and attention. Showing them that you care, that you want to help them, will make them feel special and secure.
  • Positive Thinking - Help a child have a positive outlook on life by focusing on what they are good at doing. Be positive about life's challenges, listen and support them. This builds resilience and trust in a child, leading to healthier happier relationships.
  • Rest and Recover - Giving to a child, supporting a dyslexic child can be tiring and hard work. Take time for yourself even if it is just 10 minutes a day. Stop worrying if you are doing a good job, the fact you care and show it is enough, you are enough.

All the cards are available as part of a "Mooki Cards. Complete with 56 cards and storage wallet. Perfect for using at home or in the classroom. Order your "Mooki Cards" here!

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