Parenting Articles

A Child’s Inner Voice

A Child’s Inner Voice

Does it happen to you too, that you catch yourself talking harshly to your child without even being aware of it? It almost seems like someone else is speaking - or is it? I sometimes think I am hearing my mother. And I am lucky enough to have a mum...

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Charts and Timing

Charts and Timing

Time is sometimes an issue for People with Dyslexia A lovely young client had some issues in realizing how much free time he actually has - complaining that he is always working or doing homework, when his mother came up with this great idea to...

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Kids and Boundaries

More love and logic - well, it may be almost an hour of listening, but if you need it, it's not long enough, otherwise you won't listen anyway. Many parents find it hard to set boundaries, especially if they have children with special needs,...

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Goals and the Half-Year Mark

In the Dyslexia world we often talk about goals, what our clients and their parents want to achieve or change in the year, where they decide to go on their journey to correct dyslexia. Goals are important. They are the ones that pull us towards an...

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Motivation and School

Motivation and School

Does the cartoon look familiar? I have been reminded of my middle son, who had seen his big sister and older brother go off to school and finding it easy and fun. Keanu couldn't wait to be one of these kids with the school uniform,  being one of...

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Skills for Our Children to Prosper

"Reading Intelligently Next on the list would be reading. Learning how to read well is much more than just learning literacy or learning how to interpret clusters of letters. Reading is the skill of consuming information and accessing stories...

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