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A significant proportion of the population is Dyslexic, but the word 'Dyslexia' still causes great concern and distress to parents and children alike. The aim of this colourful book is to put Dyslexia into perspective, particularly for a child, but parents also will benefit from the explanations within the text.

BK017 6.5

So, you think you've got problems?

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A significant proportion of the population is Dyslexic, but the word 'Dyslexia' still causes great concern and distress to parents and children alike. The aim of this colourful book is to put Dyslexia into perspective, particularly for a child, but parents also will benefit from the explanations within the text.

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So, you think you've got problems? is for dyslexic children of all ages, and explains simply and sympathetically what is happening to them, and how they can be helped to overcome their problems. It also shows them that they are not alone with their difficulties - someone understands! The Dyslexia Shop comments that the "for children of all ages" claim is optimistic. The format would probably not appeal to children over 10. We would recommend 'So you think you're Dyslexic?' for younger children. Rosalind Birkitt qualified as a primary school teacher from the Froebel Institute, Roehampton it 1974. Since then she has been a class teacher for three-year olds up to nine-year olds for many years. She left teaching to have her own children and when they were school age returned to do remedial teaching. In 1990 she gained the R.S.A Diploma for Specific Learning Difficulties, and ran her own Special Needs Department. She has since gained an Advanced Certificate in counselling and studied healing.