Secret life of the dyslexic child: a practical guide for parents and educators: how she thinks, how he feels, how they can succeed, The

FRANK, Robert and LIVINGSTON, Kathryn E.
A practical guide for parents and educators to allow them to see the world through the eyes of a dyslexic child. Robert Frank has experienced dyslexia firsthand, going undiagnosed until he entered university. His observations and programme for success are based on years of working with children and families dealing with behavioural and learning problems. Dr Frank explains that dyslexia is more than just a reading problem and that, in fact, many of the methods now used by parents and teachers may be making matters worse be reinforcing the child's fears and frustrations. This book seeks to enable readers to appreciate the emotional struggles the dyslexic child faces and to understand the best ways to coach the child to his or her self-esteem and achievement.

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