Does your child struggle with spelling or reading? Do teachers and family members tell you that your child is a late bloomer or will catch up soon? It is possible that your child is dyslexic.
One in five people are dyslexic, ranging from mild to profound. It is by far the most common cause of reading and writing struggles.
There is so much that can be done to help make reading, writing, and math easier for the dyslexic student once you understand the underlying cause of their struggles!
The dyslexic brain should be celebrated. Its strengths far outweigh its limitations and we need to change the paradigm in which we view dyslexia.
Kelly Arnold- Founder of the Northwest Dyslexia Center
We believe that ADHD and Dyslexic individuals have so much to offer but the academic world often does not tap in to those talents such as:
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We believe in a collaborative approach to working with our students. Parents are encouraged to be involved in helping their child not only with tutoring, but shaping the paradigm that your family views dyslexia and ADHD.
Parental support at home will greatly increase your child's success!