Nothing is more hurtful and difficult than watching your child with dyslexia go to school and feel like a failure. It’s painful to watch him curl up inside himself, embarrassed, frustrated, and not understanding why learning has to be such a struggle. Why reading comes so easily to the other kids and not to him.
If your child is falling behind in school, you’re probably exploring options both inside and outside the school setting. In order to figure out what’s best, you will have to figure out your child’s issues, his or her learning style, and what is causing the problems. That’s a tall order! From my three decades in
If you can reduce your child’s stress, he or she is more likely to learn new material at school. How can you help your child relax, pay attention and learn? Often I find that parents need stress reduction as much as their children do. The concept is much like the safety lecture you receive when
Did You Know There Are Effective Treatments for ADD, Developmental Delays, and Learning Disabilities?
Taken from Chapter 15, House of Miracles by Bernice Dotz Martin was awkward, moved in an ungraceful fashion, and walked with an unbalanced gait because the neurological pathways from his brain to his muscles were not coordinated or developed. He and his family were told he had ADD, learning disabilities, and developmental delays. He learned