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Other Dyslexia: A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them Dyslexia: A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them

This updated and expanded edition of the highly successful Dyslexia: A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them develops many of the themes and ideas found in the first edition, and contains up–to–date discussions of current research and programs.

BK498 20.99

Dyslexia: A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them

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This updated and expanded edition of the highly successful Dyslexia: A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them develops many of the themes and ideas found in the first edition, and contains up–to–date discussions of current research and programs.

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 The new edition of Dyslexia is written for parents of dyslexic children and the professionals who work with them, and provides information on the role parents can play in supporting their dyslexic child. This updated edition contains new material and up–to–date discussions of current research and programs.

Empowers parents by providing them with strategies for dealing with a wide range of concerns including dyspraxia and dyscalculia

New sections cover post–school issues, the emotional needs of young people with dyslexia and information on how parents can help at home

Features information on some of the more popular interventions for dyslexia, and critical evaluations of ‘alternative treatments’

Includes first–hand accounts of parents’ hopes, successes and setbacks, and extensive lists of organizations and resources

The book empowers parents by offering them the information and support that will allow them to play a vital role in helping their child to thrive and achieve their full potential. New to this edition are discussions on:

Post–school issues, such as college and the workplace, providing invaluable insights into how the needs of people with dyslexia can be met

Practical information on dealing with the emotional needs of young people with dyslexia, as well as their learning needs

Sections on how parents can help at home, comments on some of the more popular interventions for dyslexia, and critical evaluations of ′alternative treatments′