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When Your Child Has . . . Dyslexia: Get the Right Diagnosis, Understand Treatment Options, and Help Your Child Learn (When Your Child Has A…)

Posted by SMITH on 7th December and posted in Uncategorized

Finding out that a child has dyslexia can be shocking and confusing Рand thousands of parents get this disturbing news every day. Appearing as  early as when a child is struggling to say ?Mama? and ?Dada,? dyslexia is a condition that will affect a child?s ability to read, write, and understand basic language construction Рand for a parent, this can be a tough reality to take in. Covering information on every stage of diagnosis, treatment, and growth, this reference will help parents: teach children how to cope with educational, personal, and social difficulties; choose the right school and reduce academic struggles; maintain communication with their frustrated child; and more. Providing parents with the invaluable information and resources they need, this book takes an in-depth look at the reality of the disability and manages to make sense of it for worried parents.

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