Monthly Archives: May 2014

Empowering Learning exhibiting at Dyslexia

I have taken an exhibition stand at Dyslexia Action’s annual conference in Lincoln; the Dyslexia Guild, 19th June 2014.  The is a packed schedule of interesting talks and I should love you to call by and say hello. At Empowering … Continue reading

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Turning back the clock on Dementia

Everyone these days knows of someone with Dementia, whether they are a close relative, friend, friend of a friend, customer or a client.  There is so much of it about it is very difficult to avoid it.  And for everyone … Continue reading

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“Reading Pictures” published in Every Child Journal

In the current edition of the Every Child Journal, from http://www.teachingtimes.com Empowering Learning has an article entitled “Reading pictures”. “Often missed and frequently misunderstood, dyslexia has been the ruin of many children’s school ambitions. So can mental imagery make the difference? … Continue reading

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“Labels are for cans, not people”

“Labels are for cans, not people” a quote attributed to Anthony Rapp.  This comment is particularly relevant to the labels of learning difficulties. Some people have one, some people a whole host of co-morbid labels and some people who have … Continue reading

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Advice from aspergerexperts.com

At Empowering Learning we have a great deal of respect for these guys, at http://www.aspergerexperts.com, they know much about Asperger’s from the inside and are articulating the challenges and solutions.  This is their post today As you all may have heard, … Continue reading

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Why I’m Fed Up with NLP

Learning the NLP4kids skills is a great combination with Empowering Learning. (3 Days Until Your Opportunity to Sign Up to Our Discovery Day This Saturday Closes.) There’s something about NLP that has bothered me for a long time now. NLP is flaky. And NLPers … Continue reading

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Grounding reduces Learning Difficulties

Grounding can have dramatic effects on reducing many different learning difficulties; we have found it to be the missing and essential ingredient. We teach grounding through an extremely simple exercise that everyone can do. Before we go any further this … Continue reading

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