Find out how to dramatically improve literacy quickly, London, Mon 9th March, 7pm

OliveHickmott is speaking at the Dyslexia Association of Londondysassoflondon, 7pm, Mon 9th March. Come along and find out for yourself how to help people with Dyslexia gain new skills. You and your children can easily picture words to improve literacy and Dyslexia, when they know how. You are welcome to bring a suitable age child with you.

Mental imagery has been used for decades in elite sports to achieve success. So why hasn’t it been used in education? The simple answer is that few people understand the vital connection between mental imagery and learning and in particular how it plays out with Learning Difficulties. Mental imagery is not just for spelling it will improve handwriting, reading, numeracy, concentration, comprehension, sequencing and accelerate many more academic skills.

This breakthrough workshop will enable you to learn a new skill, and signpost you to more assistance if required.

Come along and find out for yourself, how you and you can picture words to improve literacy and Dyslexia, stop images moving to reduce ADHD and Dyspraxia and increase concentration.

To find out more go to http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk or mail olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk. Olive has 10 years experience in this area, is a published author and trains parents, teachers and adults to understand and develop these vital skills. Join us at the Pop-up Dyslexia Resource Centre, which is located at the Tottenham Court Road end of Oxford Street.
The address is:
29-31 Oxford Street,
London,
W1D 2DR.
It is directly opposite Primark and the entrance is next to China Express noodle bar. It is less than a minute’s walk from Tottenham Court Road Tube station.

Our resource centre is located on the 1st floor of the building and is only accessible by stairs, so unfortunately there is no wheelchair access.

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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