Empower yourself to change the course of your child's future.
Our free eBook, "Understanding Dyslexia: A Parent's Guide," is your key to breaking the silence. By downloading this invaluable resource, you'll understand the range of literacy difficulties and if an a dyslexia assessment is needed so dyslexia support can be provided.
What's inside the eBook?
Don't let dyslexia continue to hold your child back. By taking action today and downloading "Understanding Dyslexia: A Parent's Guide," you're arming yourself with the knowledge and tools needed to make a difference. Together, we can change your child's educational journey and set them on a path to success. Recognising literacy difficulties is the first stage in the process. It will help you decide if a dyslexia assessment is needed.
Is your child struggling with reading, writing, or spelling? Are you concerned that something might be holding them back academically? It's time to take action. Ignoring the signs of dyslexia can have a lasting impact on your child's future. But there's hope, and it starts with knowledge. By understanding literacy difficulties you can take the next step and access dyslexia support if it is needed. Early intervention is key to success before the gap widens and your child falls behind their peers.
You might not see it, but dyslexia can silently hinder your child's progress.
Is your child facing difficulties in school? Dyslexia often goes undetected, leading to years of frustration and missed opportunities. Without proper understanding and dyslexia support, the consequences can be severe. Recognising literacy difficulties will help you provide the dyslexia support needed.
Dyslexic students are incredibly bright but may struggle to excel in traditional learning environments. A dyslexia assessment will identify strengths and weaknesses so dyslexia support can be provided.
The longer dyslexia goes undiagnosed, the harder it becomes to catch up. When students get to secondary school, they are disadvantaged. The focus shifts from learning how to read and write to using these skills to develop knowledge and pass exams. If you have concerns about literacy difficulties, don't wait. Download the dyslexia checklist to find out if a dyslexia assessment is recommended.
Unrecognised dyslexia can harm your child's self-confidence and emotional well-being. This can be difficult to restore once shattered. Dyslexia support will boost confidence and self-esteem. When students feel confident they make more progress.