“DYSLEXIA UNRAVELLED” gives clear guidance on how to go about dealing with the problem. It was published on 11 May 2017. It is primarily for all parents with children of primary or secondary school age and for school principals and teachers, as well as other associated professionals that are involved with the remediation of reading and spelling difficulties such as dyslexia.
The book, in very clear language, provides guidance and direction to any parent who has even the smallest concern that their child may not be performing to their potential. It also offers insight and direction to teachers who can often recognise that a child has a difficulty with their reading and spelling but that child is not “eligible” for any learning support or follow up in the school system.
It is a fact that many children are not eligible for the learning supports in school which could essentially bring them up to speed. Unless their parents independently take positive action to redress the problem, these children will simply be left to struggle their way through the education system, continually failing and underachieving and never getting the grades they could have the potential for.
Literacy problems can be remediated if appropriate action is taken when problems become evident. This essential book “Dyslexia Unravelled” explains the best courses of action that can be taken.
Rita Treacy (Author)
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