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The Secrets of Dyslexia and ADHD

“This all makes so much sense.” This is what parents and adults say to me over and over again when they find out these secrets. Over 22 years I have had so many lightbulb moments when working with families, I … Continue reading

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Increasing focus with Patrick Mckeown

I have been benefiting from Patrick Mckeown’ work for the last 2 years, reading his books (starting with the Oxygen Advantage) and watching his Youtubes. I have spoken with hundreds of adults and students about improving their breathing and not … Continue reading

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Long COVID Recovery: Take back control of your wellbeing

As a health and learning coach I am putting out there some opportunities to improve Long-Covid. There are many complimentary tools that people can try out for themselves at little or no cost. People have different symptoms so one technique … Continue reading

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Webinar on Wed 27.4.21 at the Bell House

Before Covid I was talking about the importance of sleep-breathing-calm for Neurodivergent students. Now the focus is on emotional wellbeing for everyone, these skills are even more valuable. I am running a webinar for The Bell House on Wednesday, just … Continue reading

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“I wish I had known more when my child was little……”

………I could have saved so much pain for her and me. Parents often say comments like this and this picture sums it up, for me. It isn’t until they get older that it becomes easier to see what is happening. … Continue reading

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ADHD / Dyslexia Awareness month starts today – here are 3 secrets

To start our month of great Dyslexia and ADHD success stories, I want to give you the 3 secrets we have discovered to significantly address poor literacy, inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, drowsiness, irritability and low self-esteem. These will be demonstrated with … Continue reading

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Coming out of ICU

Yesterday’s Guardian had this section, entitled “Learning to breathe again: the long road to recovery from Covid-19”. The ICU service is exceptional and this article reminded both my husband and I of his 7-day stay in ICU, during a hospitalisation … Continue reading

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Is your Neurodivergent Child at Home?

Is your neurodivergent child at home and you are wondering what to do with them? Dyslexic? Dyspraxic? ADHD? ASD?  Could you use the time at home to help them develop some invaluable skills, that they are not taught in school? … Continue reading

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Could good breathing save your life?

We all know the importance of breathing, but do you know that how we breathe can have a major impact on our health? Are you looking for useful things you can do to help yourself in the current situation? Our … Continue reading

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6 steps to improve the wellbeing of your airways

Today I want to mention the wellbeing of our airways.  It seems obvious to me that we should all attempt to look after those delicate airways that enable us to breathe and are so vital for supporting life. Good breathing … Continue reading

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