Tag Archives: mentalimagery

Is your child Highly Sensitive (HSP)?

Working with Neurodivergent students for 20 years I have always known that many of them are highly sensitive, often with symptoms of sensory overload. Recently I came across the work of Dr. Elaine Aron, who has done much research into … Continue reading

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The Elephants in the Classroom is now available on Kindle

I am delighted to announce that The Elephants in the Classroom is now available on Kindle. After a delay due to Covid-19, it is now available here, complete with all the pictures. Here are some of the testimonials: “In this … 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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Made by Dyslexia – Dyslexia Awareness

Made by Dyslexia has done a great job bringing together excellent material called Connect the Spots to inspire people to be more optimistic about Dyslexia – but we have to remember that this is a great challenge and very worthwhile … 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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Neurodivergent Wednesday: #2. Grounding and Learning

Listen to the brief recording here: https://youtu.be/IS3BtyW0RzA Being ungrounded when trying to learn or remember anything, looks roughly like this: loads of windows open, no structure, unable to concentrate, a bit wobbly and mounting confusion. Sound familiar? Whether you are … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – 2020

Listen to the short recording Visualising numbers is fun and now you can explore words and numbers together, angles, telling the time and even algebra. This is a great way to improve your maths and especially mental arithmetic. This will … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – come and explore

Terrified of Maths? Recording here on Youtube Anyone terrified of maths? In just a few minutes you will learn the key to improving mental arithmetic. It’s easier than you think even for very young children. Recording here on Youtube Following … Continue reading

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Does your world seem upside down?

Reducing the stress of reading, it’s magic. Register here Last week I talked about progressing from object words to non-object words. This week I am going to discuss word recognition for reading. Recognising known words Banishing the stress of reading … Continue reading

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Visualising your Way through a Healthier Life

Olive Hickmott, is a leading expert in the use of mental imagery in visualisation.  She is renowned for working with those who learn and think visually to help them improve their experience of many learning differences and excel. But visualising … Continue reading

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