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Back to school Tips

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Top Tips for Back To School for children and parents.

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How teachers can help accommodate dyslexic students in their class

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Some top tips for teachers

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Teachers Role in Recognising Dyslexia

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Most of us know the difficulties of being an undiagnosed dyslexic in the education system. If not, you’re one of the lucky few who found out early!

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Hand eye coordination tricks

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It is said that people with dyslexia or dyspraxia who practice tasks that use their hand eye coordination regularly, could mean it improves their reading and improves coordination for everyday tasks.

 

With this in mind here are some fun activities you could try;

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Different Learning Styles

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Dyslexia tends to force you to find new ways of learning, the historical classroom learning techniques don’t work for us. With this said, everyone learns differently, not just dyslexics.

Here are just a few learning styles;

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5 Top Tips for Home Schooling

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Covid has brought around a number of changing circumstances for the Irish economy and educational system. Continue reading…

Wellbeing and Self-care

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Studies show that people with learning differences are statically more inclined to experience a mental health issue that those without these challenges.

Speaking from personal experience, if self care is neglected, it can cause a great deal of confusion. Continue reading…

Top 10 picks on Assistive Technology

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Assistive technology is such a valuable tool for people with learning differences. Ranging from reading to maths based software packages, there is a wide suite of offerings available. Continue reading…

Dyslexia Awareness Month – October 2020

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October is a very important month this year for creating awareness with Dyslexia.

There will be a number of online events taking place throughout Ireland and the UK.

Blossom4Life will host a number of webinars with educational professionals, some of whom are dyslexic. Continue reading…