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Revision Advice

Teenagers with Dyslexia often find it very difficult to study and revise effectively. Here are some tips that have been found helpful. Draw up a study timetable and stick to it. Try and study at the same time each night. Study only one subject per night. Work for...

Information Talk

There was a large group of parents in attendance at our basic information talk. The session was lively with audience engagement and personal stories. Grace, a first year student shared her story and was definitely the star of the evening. She talked about her pride in...

Leaving Cert Student Essay!

Today we received an e-mail from one of our Leaving Cert Students. She took it upon herself to write her first essay and wanted us to share it with you. She has gone her whole schooling life without knowing she had Dyslexia and has only recently been screened by one...

DYSLEXIA AWARENESS WEEK!

This week is Dyslexia Awareness Week! This week provides the opportunity to publicise Dyslexia and raise issues that are affecting children with Dyslexia throughout Leitrim and surrounding counties. Parents and teachers need to be aware of the key indicators of...

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...