Parents on Dyslexia
Saskia van der Stoel
Multilingual Matters, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 175 pages
Dyslexic people tell in their own words what it means to have reading and spelling problems. The problems are mapped out taking parents' and children's everyday experiences as the starting point. Questions covered include: What actualy is dyslexia? How can you recognize it early? Must your child go to a special school? What as a parent can you do about it? Each chapter includes supporting information and comments from specialists.
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THE DIFFICULTY OF DYSLEXIA
BEING ON THE ALERT
SAILING INTO A HEAD WIND
FROM PILLAR TO POST
BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE
WERE WE REALLY SO BLIND AT PRIMARY
AND THEY CALL THAT DYSLEXIC
SOCIETY DOES NOT GIVE US
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