Monthly Archives: January 2012

Healthy Ageing

Diana Kingham (www.optimiseyourlife.co.uk) and Olive Hickmott (www.empoweringhealth.co.uk) are doing a joint presentation on Wednesday 1st February in Harpenden. Diana is talking about reversing the ageing process and Olive is providing tips for carers of those with Dementia or Alzheimer’s, that … Continue reading

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Attention North London: find out just how easy literacy can be with a new skill

“Mum, why didn’t someone tell me that the smart kids at school could ‘see’ words and that they didn’t move?” “Darling, I am so sorry, neither the teachers nor I realised that you didn’t ‘see’ words.  Children never get asked this basic question.  Nobody taught me … Continue reading

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The benefits of dyslexia

I belive that dyslexia is a combination of exceptional skills and often debilitating symptoms.  The good news is that you can learn skills to overcome the symptoms and enjoy the skills.  I have posted here a list of some of … Continue reading

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Even lego helps Dyslexic children

And why is this so.  Child goes from bottom of the class to top of the class.  And what is he doing?  Answer: Visualising words. Great more proof that visualising words works and is an essential skill everyone can do, … Continue reading

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Energise your Medical Practice

Reduce costs, save time and improve the patient experience. Our workshops are tailored for the medical profession, where time is very short and many would like to empower their patients to take more responsibility for improving their own health. The … Continue reading

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Mercury and Autism – a question for feedback

Whilst researching some simple skills we can teach autistic people to help them change any debilitating symptoms, we were asked about mercury as a number of children seem to have high levels of toxins.  It is possible that when children are ungrounded, … Continue reading

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“Mum, why didn’t someone tell me?”

“Mum, why didn’t someone tell me that the smart kids at school could ‘see’ words and that they didn’t move?” “Darling, I am so sorry, neither the teachers nor I realised that you didn’t ‘see’ words.  Children never get asked this basic question.  Nobody taught me … Continue reading

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