Are you Dyslexic and can picture words?

p49_dinasaursmallThere are 10,000s of bright, creative and exceptional children and adults diagnosed as Dyslexic, without the skill to visualise words.  Would you be curious that 100% of all the Dyslexics that I and other Empowering Learning coaches have met, and there have been 1000s,  are not visualising words reliably for spelling and/or reading?  This topic is not even identified in an Educational Psychologist’s report of these people, but the truth is that without these skills you can never be a fluent reader or accurate speller in the English language.  From our experience, we estimate that only 50% of the population pick these skills up naturally.

Empowering Learning works from strengths, as these same creative #visualkids are nearly always great at visualising pictures.  It is only a small step to visualising words. #makebydyslexia is doing a brilliant job highlighting the exceptional skills of dyslexics, and we need to take it a step forward to enabling people to use their great visual skills for any sort of thinking and learning, including literacy and numeracy.

Want to know more?  Empowering Learning is dedicated to helping you understand more about how we think and learn visually; so call us on +44-7970-854388 or register for one of our on-line drop-in sessions on Wednesday 4th October 2017 at 9am, or 6pm.  Just click here.

#madebydyslexia   #empoweringlearning #visualkids

 

 

 

 

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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