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 life--including 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 you "can help 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.
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Helping Your Dyslexic ChildUser Review - Book Verdict
Cronin, founder of The Raskob Learning Institute, has worked with dyslexic children for many years. Here, she offers a straightforward overview of dyslexia: what it is, how dyslexics differ from other children, how to diagnose dyslexia, and how parents can help their dyslexic children. After opening chapters that define the problem and provide advice on when parents should seek further help, Cronin concentrates on the school-aged child who needs help in adopting a learning style after a diagnosis of dyslexia is made. Exercises to practice with a child and case studies enhance the text. Final chapters deal with adolescent and adult dyslexics. Appendixes include a glossary, bibliography, list of support groups, and supplemental material for use with home exercises. Recommended for public and community college libraries.-- Kay Brodie, Chesapeake Coll., Wye Mills, Md.
Review: Helping Your Dyslexic Child: A Step-By-Step Program for Helping Your Child Improve Reading, Writing, Spelling, Comprehension, and Self-EsteemUser Review - Rachel - Goodreads
Wish to God there were more educators like Ms.Cronin. This book was a gift and helped me to help my child! Read full review
Is Dyslexia Real?
The Growing Mind
Parenting the Dyslexic Child
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