All the basics about dyslexia in a concise guide.
You may know someone who has dyslexia, or maybe you have it yourself. It can be a real mystery if you’re left in the dark with comments that you’re just dumb or aren’t trying hard enough. The truth is, however, that dyslexia is an entirely different way of looking at things, and even though it comes with some delayed learning disabilities and struggles, it can also be an inspiring, deviant way for the brain to interpret objects and facts so as to create more success in life.
In this audiobook, you’ll learn things like:
Don’t miss out on this concise guide to understanding dyslexia, the brain science behind it, and the most effective ways to help those who struggle.
It was a great starter for a mom that had lots of questions an concerns for her child.
Would love to have more on skills parents can use at home with their child.
Normalizes issues of dyslexia into a manageable situation
More techniques would be helpful
This is a great book full of loads of information. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who has dyslexia or believes that they might have dyslexia
I found the knowledge and language used in this audio book helpful to digest some of the information from The Dyslexic Advantage.
As an audio book I found the naration too neutral and almost artificial in pronouciation. some personality would be good especially in an audio book for dyslexics.