Help Dyslexic Child Get Organised and Build Independence Course for Parents, Carers and Teachers

Welcome to the "Get Organised and Build Independence" course.

Try 3 Activities, Just 10 Minutes Per Day!

Help the child to take control and get organised for their school week.

This easy to follow course will help you:

  • Break down large tasks into small step by step checklists.  
  • Get the child to plan and get organised for the school week.
  • Give the child more responsibility and the freedom to make choices.

How to Make a Child More Independent?

A dyslexic child can benefit from becoming more independent and organised.

The child may feel more:

  • Resilient
  • Empowered
  • Confident
  • In Control
  • Trusted

A dyslexic child may struggle to be organised, due to memory and brain planning issues.

Letting them take on more responsibility, allowing them to fail can help the child.

Research has shown children that lack a feeling of self-control. Can become more anxious and depressed.

Personal Responsibility Skills

Top Tips Course

The 3 activities take just 10 mins per day:

  • Aim to try all 3 activities in 1 week, what days will you do the tasks?
  • Do them with the child, in a quiet place with no distractions.
  • Do each task on different days, to stop the child becoming overwhelmed.

Remember give the child the space to fail and learn from the mistakes. To help them develop the skills to overcome challenges.

Task 1 School Ready

Use School Ready Card

Help the child take control of their morning routine.

  • Ask the child to complete everything on the "School Ready" card.
  • Give them 30mins-1hr before school to do everything on the checklist.
  • The "School Ready Card" can be repeated each day until the child knows the routine.

If the child is struggling to complete other tasks. Try breaking it down into a step by step checklist.

Task 2 School Time-table

Use School Time-Table Card

Help the child plan and get organised for their school week.

  • Help the child make a picture timetable, using the "School Time-Table" card.
  • Put it somewhere the child can see it, on the front door or next to bed.

Get the child to check the timetable each evening and morning. To make sure they have everything they need for school.

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Task 3 Yes Day

Use Yes Day Card

Let the child take control, by planning a Yes day!

  • Help the child plan a fun day, using the "Yes Day" card.

Make the "Yes Day" work for you and the child. The child could plan a full day or a treat activity to do one afternoon for an hour.

How Did The Course Help?

  • Did the child find it easier to complete a task having a checklist?
  • Does the picture timetable help the child remember better?
  • What did the child get out of the "Yes day", did they enjoy taking control?

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