Adult Dyslexia

Are you tired of having to deal with adult dyslexia on a daily basis without any sense of freedom from it? Has going to work or college become more of a chore due to the fear of embarrassment from having adult dyslexia? Don’t you wish there were a number of tricks and tips you can use to help yourself?

There Is A Solution:
There have been many claims of different ways to solve the problem of having adult dyslexia and the unfortunate reality is there is no cure for it yet. However, with a certain state of mind techniques and tips on how to make your life easier while living with adult dyslexia, and without it being embarrassing or inconvenient, you can live with dyslexia today and still succeed in the world.
This highly informative book will guide you thru what causes Dyslexia and provide some simple steps you can take to moderate how it affects your life.

There are 16 chapters full of life-changing information.

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Living With Dyslexia: 240 pages

 The social and emotional consequences of specific learning difficulties disabilities

This book reinforces the need for understanding and support for children
with dyslexia from parents and teachers, but also the importance of the
children’s own understanding of their strengths and weaknesses in order
to fulfill their potential.  It should be recommended reading for all
those involved in dyslexia. – Professor Angela Fawcett, Director of the Centre for Child Research, Swansea University

What is it like living with dyslexia on a day-to-day basis?

Based on interviews with dyslexic children and their families, this insightful book presents first-hand accounts of how dyslexia affects the children themselves and the people around them.

Living with Dyslexia, Second Edition places the original fascinating findings within the context of current research and practice in the UK, Europe, Australia and the USA.

This very helpful book:

    • examines issues of confidence and self-esteem;
    • explores the coping strategies adopted by children and adults with dyslexia;
    • investigates the concept of dyslexia-friendly schools;
    • studies how children were first identified as having dyslexia, and the social and emotional difficulties they encountered;
    • offers guidance on how teachers and parents can best support children with specific learning difficulties;
  • considers the cognitive, educational, social, and emotional perspectives in order for teachers and parents to gain a better understanding of dyslexia.

This new edition provides an updated account of cognitive research and examines important changes in relation to Special Educational Needs policy and practice in the last ten years, including the Revised SEN Code of Practice (2001), Removing Barriers to Achievement (2004) and the National Literacy Strategy (2006).

Living with Dyslexia recognizes that the voices of children with dyslexia are increasingly important in developing good educational practice and makes an important contribution to the literature on dyslexia.