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Article: Motherhood THE real deal
The Gift of Dyslexia
The world of a dyslexic, is a visual world. Thoughts and memories are created and retrieved via images and pictures, hence the need for multisensory learning. If you can touch it, feel it and see it – there's more chance of remembering it. This natural ability to visualize provides a direct and tangible advantage for creativity. Click here to read more.
Interview: Motherhood THE real deal
The Truth About Dyslexia
Imagine being in a system which didn’t “get you”. That’s what it was like for Julie whose twins are profoundly dyslexic – and so many other parents whose children are dyslexic. That’s the truth about dyslexia. Something which affects 10% of the population, 4% severely. Click here to read full interview.
Interview: The Village Voice
Issue 147 December 2018
Tutors & Typing for Dyslexia