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How to help your Dyslexic and Dyspraxic Child A practical guide for parents

Descriere: How can I help my child that has got dyslexia or dyspraxia? Perhaps you've just found out your child has dyslexia, or suspect your child may have dyspraxia. This can be a confusing time for any parent, full of worry and uncertainty. Author Sally McKeown gets right to the heart of the matter in How to Help your Child with Dyslexia and Dyspraxia. She brings you expert knowledge of exactly what dyslexia and dyspraxia are and how they can affect your child's life. Through the experiences of other parents, Sally dispels common myths and helps you to better understand and support your child. From getting a diagnosis to making sure you get enough support from your school this guide is packed with advice to make your life easier. It's packed with practical ways to help your child, including:
- how to build your child's confidence if it has been knocked
- how you can help with homework, without doing it
- games, activities and hobbies to improve co-ordination and motor skills
- different ways of learning that your child will respond to
Written in a friendly style with other parents' experiences littered throughout, you will find it easy to put this advice into action and help your child.

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Autori: McKeown Sally | Editura: Hodder & Stoughton | Anul aparitiei: 2012 | ISBN: 9781905410965 | Numar de pagini: 208 | Categorie: Family  

  

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