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Are you thinking of having your child assessed for Dyslexia?

Before you spend £100s on a formal assessment, and maybe wait weeks, check whether your child is a visual learner, e.g. are they good at lego, creativity, problem solving, memory, etc. If they have visual thinking skills and haven’t learnt … Continue reading

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Time to celebrate creative visual thinkers.

Creative, imaginative children may think differently ………. we should celebrate that they have simply retained the visual skills they were born with…….we all need to understand how they learn visually and learn from them….there is nothing wrong with them. Anyone … Continue reading

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Do you think your child maybe Dyslexic

But they are too young for a diagnosis. They seem to be getting really confused by words, and you keep being to they are just learning differently and wait and see what happens. The key time for this is often … Continue reading

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A New Paradigm of Literacy – how to support neurodivergent students

A pleasure to contribute as to how education could change for every student. In this episode Monique Sayers speaks with Olive Hickmott who is a world leader in understanding the role of mental imagery in learning, anxiety management, energy, sleep … Continue reading

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Rising sun trainings for Neurodiversity

Rising Sun Trainings for Neurodiversity Continue reading

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I am a Featured Speaker at the FREE Teachers Matter Online Summit

I am a Featured Speaker at the FREE Teachers Matter Online Summit Continue reading

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Dyslexia assessment is fine but prevention is so much better

Dyslexia assessment is fine but prevention is so much better Continue reading

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Let’s avoid Dyslexia: Simple ways parents could help

Children who learn to visualise words don’t develop Dyslexia. So how do we encourage young children to visualise words, even before school and any formal teaching. The Word Form Area (WFA) is an area in their brain that has mental … Continue reading

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If letters move on the page are you Dyslexic?

Why do letters move on the page? Find quick solutions here Continue reading

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Neurodivergent brains think differently, so lets help them learn differently

Join one of the free sessions to explain the role mental imagery plays in learning. Dates through to end of August now available. Take a look at http://www.visualkids.co.uk for all the details. There are 3 different sessions, plus one new … Continue reading

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