What Can A Parent Do To Help Her Dyslexic Children?
When your child is struggling in school, you can feel so helpless, like there is nothing that you can do. You may feel that it's all up to the school to help. Yet you would be surprised how much you can do. In this episode we discuss some simple strategies you can adopt that will help your child immensely:
1. Advocate For Your Child - Stay in contact with the school. Form a collaborative relationship with your child's teacher. Ensure that the school is following your child's IEP or 504 plan
2. Remember the Power Of Words - Use uplifting words when you speak to your child. Point out her strengths and help her develop these
3. Fix Energy Leaks - Work on those little areas where your child gets stressed and tired, like organization, to make her life easier.
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