I tell my own story. How dyslexia has affected me as child, as teenager and as adult. How dyslexia has changed me in good and bad. I also give tips on how to help in learning.
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Really good webinar. Got a lot of real information about dyslexia. It was a great that you told your story.
We heard that there’s a lot you can achieve in life, you just have to work harder for it.
There were a lot of good tips on how to learn despite the dyslexia. Big thanks
Through your story I understang better my child. I realised after hearing your story how strong the feeling of failure can be. It is really important that you talk about this. I would like all teachers to have an understanding of the issue and ways to support children.
Thank you so much for increasing understanding of dyslexia. But not just about dyslexia, but also about all the challenges that children have to wrestle with in school and learning. Your speech was by far the most open and best lecture from this perspective on special needs education. Big thanks!
Yesterday I received greetings from my husband from the event in school. He told me about your speech and was completely speechless! Loved it very much and said he has never been at a better event in school!
From time to time, it has been really difficult to understand my child’s dyslexia and how it affects her. The webinar made it easier for me to support my child and understand what the world looks like in his eyes.
I recommend the webinar to anyone who has for knows someone with dyslexia. Dyslexia should be seen as strength not a weakness.