“Dyslexia: Time For Talent – The Ultimate Guide for Parents and Children”

Early Years to University

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How to Conquer and Embrace Dyslexia

✔ Discover how children can learn successfully
✔ Learn excellent strategies for home and classroom
✔ Find proven learning solutions
✔ Boost your child’s self-confidence and self-esteem
✔ Raise achievement potential
✔ Access emotional support (parents and children)
✔ Manage behaviour and survive homework time
✔ ‘Get physical’: health, nutrition and exercise

 

About the book:

  • Personal stories from parents and children
  • What is dyslexia and the signs to look out for
  • Children’s basic needs and their Road to Success
  • The implications of having dyslexia in the classroom and in life
  • Getting support
  • Advocating for your child
  • Educational assessments
  • How children with dyslexia learn best
  • Develop self-confidence in your child and create high levels of self-esteem
  • Motivation strategies
  • Understand dyslexia challenges and successful proven solutions
  • How short-term/working and long-term memory works
  • Learning tips for literacy and numeracy
  • Homework and study skills
  • How to choose the right school
  • After school: college and university
  • Information about other related learning differences: dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, dysgraphia, ADHD, Speech and Language, Auditory Processing Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Austim and Asperger Syndrome, OCD

TIME FOR TALENT® is the only book parents will need to guide and empower their children through dyslexia, from early years to adulthood. It is the first book of its kind to address dyslexia from a holistic perspective. From personal and professional experience, Carolina knows that if dyslexia is not addressed early, considerately or holistically, it will affect children’s self-esteem, morale, achievement potential, self-confidence and much more. It can also affect the harmony of family life too.

This book really supports parents and helps them understand what is happening in their children’s hearts and minds, what is going on in the classroom, and strategies to help and support their child in and out of school. The book is a result of working with hundreds of parents who were very frustrated about not understanding what their child is going through and unable to find all the information they need at an easy, practical and empathic level.

Every child has a talent and Carolina shows the reader how to identify and focus on that talent whilst dealing with a myriad of learning challenges at school. She encourages parents to maintain a positive, sensitive attitude when working with children with dyslexia, focusing on the different ways children learn successfully.