Dyslexia: practical and easy-to-follow advice
Worldwide awareness of dyslexia and its impact is growing rapidly. With escalating pressure on children to succeed academically and fewer resources for those who struggle, more and more children with dyslexia are falling behind in school, causing themselves and their parents great concern. In addition to the enormous impact this condition can have on a dyslexic's education, many emotional, social, psychological and physical problems can also be directly attributed to the underlying dyslexia. This book gives parents a new, clear and hopeful perspective on dyslexia, based on the remarkable breakthroughs in recent years. Included is an explanation of the Davis Approach -- a simple, practical way to correct dyslexia.
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