• Overcoming Dyslexia: The 360° Guide for Children & Adults.

  • What Is It? How to Overcome It. Dyslexia Help? How to Live as a Dyslexic. Dyslexia Tool-Kit. Stories of Extraordinary Dyslexia.
  • By: Brenda Casey
  • Narrated by: Perden Studio, Eryca Mary
  • Length: 10 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Health & Wellness, Children's Health
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (83 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Discover the ultimate guide to dyslexia!

Are you suffering from dyslexia, or do you know someone who does?

Looking for the best strategies and toolkits to help you succeed?

Then keep reading!

In this comprehensive guide, you’ll discover a detailed breakdown of dyslexia and how it works. Covering the signs and symptoms, the different kinds of dyslexia, as well as actionable strategies and toolkits for coping with this condition, this audiobook is your ticket to understanding the world of dyslexia.

In part one, you’ll discover an overview of dyslexia:

  • A breakdown of dyslexia - what is it, and how does it work?
  • Common signs and symptoms of this condition
  • The top ways to help a dyslexic child at home
  • Simple yet highly effective ways to aid dyslexics when reading
  • The best tips and tricks for job-seeking dyslexics

In part two, you’ll learn strategies to help you live as an adult dyslexia:

  • A breakdown of dyslexia in adults
  • Common signs, symptoms, and characteristics of dyslexia
  • How does having dyslexia impact adults in life?
  • And how to spot dyslexia in different age groups

In part three, you’ll uncover dyslexia toolkits for parents, tutors, students, and more:

  • What brain scans and studies can tell us about dyslexia
  • Common signs and symptoms in teens and adults
  • The dyslexia toolkit - how to manage your condition (or help others)
  • Toolkits for parents, tutors, students, and more

With comprehensive overviews, a breakdown of the science, and practical strategies for living and succeeding as a dyslexic, this guidebook is essential for anyone looking to understand and overcome their condition.

Buy now to discover how to succeed despite dyslexia today!

©2020 Brenda Casey (P)2020 Brenda Casey

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Must-read if you or someone you love has dyslexia!

A MUST READ!!!
The WORLD needs to listen to this great book!!!!!
It IS a gift if handled right...just look at the list of those who are dyslexic.....Jay Leno for one!
ZILLIONS of Dyslexic's out there doing great work if some small minded idiot school teacher doesn't destroy them!
We ALL need to get "with it' and understand what this really means. #1...it has NOTHING to do with ignorance.
It's a GIFT if handled right!!!
My brillant grandson, a dyslexic, was told in first grade that they were going to tie a rope around his desk so he could not get out and walk around the classroom. STUPID IDIOTS!
Dyslexic's learn BEST if they walk while they learn. Grrrr! We got him the RIGHT kind of help from INTELLIGENT people so his college work was an easy walk for him plus learning all the codes necessary to become a strong, loving, wonderful police officer in Houston, Texas!!

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