Once you get a diagnosis of dyslexia you’re going to feel the need to do as much as you can to help your child. Professional help is definitely a need in many dyslexic’s lives, but there are things you can do at home to help your child.
A great resource of ways to help your child can be found in the post What can I do at home to help my child?…
The biggest areas your child will need help with aren’t actually reading and writing. The main topics this post talks about are:
The links on the page can help you with all of these.
Published by Patty Gordon
I’m Patty Gordon, a 40+ year old school lunch lady married to a crane mechanic. Our days are anything but normal as he works “construction worker hours” and I take care of our two elementary school aged kids, Chihuahua Mr Biggs, Pitbull Cali, and French Bulldog MooMoo.
I blogged a few years ago under different names but have landed with the 365MomMe.com name this time around.
The term 365MomMe comes from the idea that I’m a mom and I’m me 365 days a year. Kids call me Mommy but I see myself as MomMe.
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