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 and I have been able to do this without effort since I was really small.  I must have just picked it up naturally; I just assumed everyone did this. I have asked your dad and he didn’t get it either, so you can help each other with this new skill”

“And you have such great visual skills, I realised you can even rotate pictures in your imagination and that is a fabulous talent that is such a blessing for you.  It wasn’t until I listened to an introduction from Empowering Learning, that I realised that you were rotating words and that just confused you and everyone who finds spelling and reading easy can ‘see’ words.”

Come to a Family Breakthrough Workshop at Hargrave Hall, Archway, N19, on 11th February between 10am and 4pm and learn just how easy it can be.  The workshop helps families with dyslexic symptoms overcome problems with spelling, reading, comprehension and memory via a fun and easy-to-learn technique based on the principles of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Gill Woon is running the event and you will even meet Olive Hickmott, the creator of this strategy.

A workbook and CD is included in the price of £120 for the whole family, plus a child’s teacher.  Great value.

Come with your whole family and even a learning assistant and learn together skills you never thought you could master.  Fast, fun and effective

To find out more go to dyslexia-coaching

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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