Dyslexia Images

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  1. Helping your child with dyslexia at home can be difficult at times. Before getting started, it’s usually best to consult with your child’s teachers and other reading professionals working with him or her. They can probably give you a good idea of the severity of your child’s issues and what you can expect to accomplish with home tutoring sessions. Also, the U.S. Department of Education’s website has a section created to help you as parent identify specific learning disabilities.*

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  2. I love your interpretation of the Dyslexia images. My youngest daughter is dyslexic and I totally understand the ” waiting for others to catch up” comment. she is so aware of things that others do not see. Also very artistic. I am so impressed with your work and would find it very difficult to pick out a favourite. x Sheila. (Debra charity shop).

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