Dyslexia News

Dyslexia Support in lockdown 3.0

John Hicks has posted a new article that parents may find interesting in relation to support during lockdown if you have any time to read it???

Dyslexia Show

In May and June, the Dyslexia Show delivered many webinars that were interesting or teachers and parents. I have been working my way through all os the webinars every one becomes more interesting. Thank you to Arran Smith for bringing together the presenters. I do hope that the Dyslexia Show in Birmingham in September is …

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People with dyslexia have the skills to future-proof the workforce, research claims

Companies can future-proof their workforces by employing people with dyslexia, new research has claimed. In a report published Monday, consultancy EY used data from the World Economic Forum (WEF) and charity Made By Dyslexia to outline how dyslexic people’s skills aligned with the skills that would be required in the workplaces of the future. Referencing …

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Self Esteem and Dyslexia with John Hicks

Free Audiobooks

FREE Audiobooks Free audiobooks from Audible, while schools are closed. For as long as schools are closed, they’re open. Right now, children everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming and learning. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, …

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Specialist Multi-sensory Teaching

What is Multi-sensory Teaching? By using a multi-sensory approach, we can turbo-charge reading and spelling lessons for your child. Read on to discover exactly what the multi-sensory approach is. Three Pathways to the Brain Learning begins with your senses. Our senses are pathways to our brains. So, for teaching reading and spelling the three main …

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