Advice for Parents
It can be worrying and scary when your child is having difficulty learning to read. Often a child will feel stressed and anxious and may begin to behave badly in reaction to low self esteem.
Our work is backed by 40 years of research into children's reading problems, and we would be pleased to see any child who is struggling at school. However we do not diagnose 'dyslexia', because this has become an imprecise term and it is neither essential or very useful for determining the specific help your child may need. We investigate visual processing difficulties, academic abilities and how these interact to affect learning. Then we explain our findings, offer advice and monitor your child's progress.
If you would like to talk to us about how we can help, please phone 0118 958 5950, send us an email or a message on Facebook.