When your child struggles to read and you keeping thinking, could it be dyslexia? What does that even mean?
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As you start scheduling tutoring, therapies and enrolling in private schools this year, you may be thinking about how quickly all the expenses are adding up this year. The truth is that remediating your son or daughter’s dyslexia is not cheap. Did you know that you can be reimbursed for some of your child’s dyslexia educational expenses?
As you prepare for another school year, it is important that you share your child’s dyslexia diagnosis with her teachers so that she can be better prepared to support your child. The best way to start the conversation is through a dear teacher letter, email, or video.
When raising children with dyslexia, it is often a struggle to get our kids to reading daily. Learn how to start a book club with your child. It’s also a great way to practice social skills too.
Dr. Karen Dudek-Brannan is on the show sharing how executive functions may be causing your child to be disorganized and frustrated. Did you know that a lack of executive functions can impact your child’s daily living and social cues?