Helping your dyslexic child: a step-by-step program for helping your child improve reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, and self-esteem
There is hope for your dyslexic child here are practical ways to achieve real progress! Not just a reading problem, dyslexia can affect many areas of your child's lifeincluding understanding words, descerning left from right, and counting money. These problems can have a devastating effect of your child's self-esteem and can make you feel powerless to help. But youcanhelp your dyslexic child. Eileen Cronin, Ph.D., founder of The Raskob Learning Institute, has studied dyslexia for many years and has developed a working program that parents can use to help dyslexic children significantly improve their reading, writing, and spelling. Beginning with a simple test that you conduct at home Cronin presents you with a comprehensive and holistic program that any parent or teacher can easily use. Inside you'll find these helpful chapters: Is Dyslexic Real? The Growing Mind Parenting the Dyslexic Child Help at School Helping the Dyslexic Child with Reading A Monster Called Homework And Many More Chapters Filled with Invaluable Information With Eileen Cronin's guidance, you can begin right away to help your child overcome dyslexia and achieve greater self esteem. From the Trade Paperback edition.
40 pages matching remember in this book
Results 1-3 of 40
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Is Dyslexia Real?
The Growing Mind
Parenting the Dyslexic Child
11 other sections not shown
ability adult dyslexics alphabet alphabet song answer Ask your child assessment auditory become begin behavior Bruce cards Chapter chil child is dyslexic child's teacher cial classroom concrete consonants Cronin develop Dexedrine difficulty dren dyslexia dyslexic adolescent dyslexic child dyslexic children dyslexic's early evaluate exercises father feel give grade level hear help your child homework hyperactive immature Individualized Education Program instruction kindergarten lawn mower learn to read Learning Disabled learning problems letters Louise Bates math mediation conference mistake mother never oral parents and teachers phonics pick play problem words psychosexual development questions Raskob recognize remember Ritalin school tasks screaming seemed self-esteem sense sentence shy child sight words social skills Sometimes Susan syllables talk teach tell things tion told trouble understand University of Fribourg visual visual perception vowel walk write