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Overcoming Dyslexia: What do you enjoy #reading?

It a natural thing that when you find it difficult to read, or in some cases impossible you make up all sorts of reasons why it doesn’t matter, to avoid feeling stupid. You convince yourself that there is no value … Continue reading

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Overcoming Dyslexia: Appreciate your exceptional skills

When you start looking at the exceptional skills Dyslexics have you start realising that there are indeed 2 sides to Dyselxia – the exceptional visual skills and the often debilitating symptoms.  Take a look at the 8 benefits of having dyslexia … Continue reading

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Overcoming Dyslexia: Today, tomorrow and yesterday

This week I have been to Pangbourne College and met 12 delightful students, some lovely teachers and a brilliant SENCO.  We taught everyone to improve literacy in minutes, not months.  The reaction from the students and adults was nothing short … Continue reading

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Overcoming Dyslexia: Marlborough tomorrow 12th November

I am speaking at the Marlborough Dyslexia Association AGM on Tuesday 12th November 2013.  The topic is “Visualisation Techniques for Learning”.  Do contact Susanne Harris 01672-514162 to book your place. I want to change the focus of learning difficulties away … Continue reading

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Overcoming Dyslexia: Just a start

I want to change the focus of #learningdifficulties away from the individual having a deficit to offering our teachers and parents the best skills to enable our exceptionally talented, creative and imaginative children to learn in a way that works … Continue reading

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