Learn what dyslexia means in this dag and age, what people misunderstand about it, and how you can deal with it. People with dyslexia have hidden gifts and talents, often not acknowledged by others.
Listen to the audiobook, and become aware of some of the following things:
- Where dyslexia comes from.
- What typifies dyslexia.
- What people with dyslexia are usually good at.
- What to do with children who have dyslexia.
- How it differs from dyscalculia.
- The best ways to highlight the good and handle the bad aspects of it.
- And so much more!
Become an expert in the field of dyslexia, begin to understand why it is so difficult for those who have it, to read. Get the audiobook now.
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I enjoyed this book because it emphasized a lot of good things about dyslexia. Not just, "There is something wrong with you." As someone who has family members with dyslexia, I know what it's like when they can't find the right words to express themselves, keep misspelling things, or have a hard time reading fast and clearly. But I also know their social, visual, and practical or organizational strengths, and those often get overlooked. Thanks, George Feldstra. This is an amazing book.
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Thank you for finally explaining what dyslexia is all about (and not about). This guide cleared up a lot of things for me, like the brain structure, the symptoms, the way to deal with it, and the strengths.
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