Dyslexia Awareness Week 3rd-8th Nov 2014

For Dyslexia Awareness Week, we are helping families and schools discover how bright children, who have great mental images, use them to improve literacy and numeracy in minutes, all for free.  This has a really positive effect on those diagnosed with Dyslexia.p49_dinasaur

Mental imagery is a subject that few people know about, but everyone uses. If you didn’t have a mental image of your car how would you recognise it? If you didn’t have a mental image of your loved ones how would you recognise them?

Lack of understanding of mental imagery is at the route of many learning difficulties, learning differences, interdisciplinary minds and neuro-diversity. Their mental images give them access to fabulous skills and at the same time often deep confusion.

These people often have very fast brains, astounding imagery with exceptional access to knowledge and a lightening ability to connect together facts. When you have a lightening fast brain like a Ferrari and no breaks you can be in deep trouble, if you are not expert in the best way to drive a Ferrari.

Read more and signup for free teleseminars and videos

Tues 4th Nov, 12:30pm (noon) UK time: Introduction to mental imagery
Wed 5th Nov 12:30pm (noon) UK time: A school’s view of using mental imagery
Thurs 6th Nov 12:30pm (noon) UK time: A family’s view of using mental imagery.

Olive Hickmott, Empowering Learning

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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