Dys­lexia Ad­vo­cacy Week 17-23 March 2014

Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE -

iv­ing with dys­lexia can be frus­trat­ing and dif­fi­cult. There is of­ten stress and anx­i­ety in school and the work­place for the dyslexic in­di­vid­u­als. Dys­lexia is not lim­ited to lit­er­acy is­sues. It can af­fect a range of ar­eas, in­clud­ing mo­tor skills, or­ga­ni­za­tion, fo­cus, time and pro­cess­ing dif­fi­cul­ties. Dys­lexia is an al­ter­na­tive way of think­ing. We can learn to read, write and study ef­fi­ciently us­ing meth­ods geared to our own learn­ing style. The key to a per­son’s un­der­stand­ing of their dys­lexia when us­ing Ron Davis Meth­ods, re­quires 1-1 per­son­alised help that deals with, then elim­i­nates dif­fi­cul­ties as soon as they are arise. Tai­lor­ing each pro­gramme em­pow­ers the in­di­vid­ual to be­gin to un­der­stand them­selves and re­alise their true po­ten­tial. With 8 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in the North Otago, Cen­tral Otago and Fiord­land area Alma (dyslex­i­a­help4u) has worked with Young Learn­ers, Pri­mary, Sec­ondary and Ter­tiary stu­dents, and adults in many di­verse job oc­cu­pa­tions to de­liver Davis Meth­ods suc­cess­fully. Free ini­tial as­sess­ment.

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