6 Ways Parents Can Help
1. Look out for signs of emotional stress
Consequences of dyslexia are frustration, anger, low self-esteem or becoming withdrawn.
Before reading and spelling can be improved your child needs to believe they can succeed.
2. People with dyslexia need constant praise and support to rebuild self-esteem
Whether it’s a parent, teacher or friend, it’s important to have someone who believes in you and is supportive. Help build your child’s confidence and see the results in their new mentality towards learning.