Read this blog post to find out where to find a specialised dyslexia tutor to support your child through school.
With the start of the new year and educational challenges for our children before the end of the academic year looming, it is no surprise that we want to ensure that our young students get all the support that they need at this time.
It is amazing how many times I have heard parents report that it is really difficult to support their children in their homework because their methods of studying have changed so much since they were at school. Added to this, if our children are showing signs of dyslexia or have been diagnosed with dyslexia, the challenges in supporting the education of our children all of a sudden become extremely complicated. It is almost as if us as parents need to be ahead of our children on their learning curve.
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This is a difficult place to be.
One way to help this process is to engage with a specialised dyslexia tutor who is trained in SpLD (Special Learning Difficulties). Across the country there are tutors who know the school curriculum and how to make that accessible for pupils and students. The good news for parents is that those tutors are easy to track down.
Listed below are some links to networks that parents can use to find a specialist dyslexia tutor:
|Find at tutor at one of Dyslexia Action's Learning Centres countrywide|
|Click here to find a specialist tutor from the British Dyslexia Association's network.|
|Click here to find a specialist tutor from the PATOSS Network.|