Attention parents of very young children

There is a strong connection between the mental images we hold in our head and learning difficulties – at last, people are starting to discuss the topic and the need for developing mental images of words was mentioned several times at the recent Internationp18_fast pictures with words smallal British Dyslexia Association Conference.

Few people acknowledge this connection and teachers are not taught about how to work with a student’s mental imagery as part of their training.

Don’t worry, we have been ahead of the ‘curve’ on this one with 15 years experience of working with students’ mental images when diagnosed with Dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers and Autism.  The common thread we work on is learning how to control your own mental images, pictures words, numbers, improve memory, reduce stress and so much more.

We have a free teleclass on Thursday 3rdMay at 12:00 especially to discuss how to develop these skills in children under 7, before they get confused in school.  If you are a parent of a small child, of a teacher in reception year, do join us with your questions about how you can help our creative, imaginative children use their great visual skills to excel.

Click the link here to register:

You can also listen to our last teleseminar on the topic here:

#empoweringlearning #britishdyslexiaassociation #dyslexia #ADHD #3rdmay #autism #aspergers

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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