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Reading difficulties are thought to affect one child in ten, in varying degrees of severity. Parents are often worried, but do not want to transmit their concern to their children. This handbook explains the different forms of dyslexia and how to distinguish between them, as a basis for effective action to tackle the problem. The handbook aims to equip parents with the information they need to discuss their child's difficulties with teachers and other professionals. It also offers support to help boost a child's self-confidence so that long-term problems are minimized. There are activities and suggestions to use at home, to make learning fun, and there is advice about how to get professional assessment and help.
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Sally Raymond is a specialist teacher of children with specific learning difficulties. She runs local groups, and a website for children with dyslexia and their parents. She lives in Plymouth.
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Book Description Sheldon Press, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M085969772X