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Parent’s talk

Dyslexia Information Talk Thu 8th Dec 7 PM · Drumshanbo Assist Dyslexia are receiving a lot of inquiries about our information talk on the 8th of December. So here is a brief description of the topics we will cover on the night. First we will explain the various types...

A MOTHER’S LETTER

A MOTHER’S LETTER   As this is Dyslexia Awareness Week (2nd – 9th October), Assist Dyslexia believes it is the perfect time to share an inspiring letter we received from a mother of a child with Dyslexia. It was sent to one of our Directors and it concerned a...

Parents and Dyslexia

When a child is diagnosed with Dyslexia, a parent’s reaction to the news and their subsequent actions, will determine how the child adjusts to being Dyslexic. The child needs to be told that Dyslexia means they learn in a different way and that there are...

Info & Tips For Teachers

Dyslexia is a neurological condition that makes it difficult to acquire the skills of reading, writing, spelling and sometimes maths. Processing speed and short term memory are also affected. Research has determined it is genetic and affects approximately one in...