Useful Information for Parents

We have a lot of useful information for Parents of Children with Dyslexia.

Davis methods show you how to use your own natural thinking style to overcome problems with reading, writing, memory and organisation. We can therefore help people with dyslexia improve their skills at school, at college and at work.

A bright start for your toddler at home

Many bright, potentially dyslexic, toddlers, using their dyslexic thinking style to relate to the world around them, have ideas, language and opinions beyond their years.

As a result, as parents, you relax in the belief that everything is going to be plain sailing for these little ones. You may, moreover, have been eager for them to start school, believing that they were soooo ready. That they were wasting precious time at home when they could be making headway in the field of education.

Starting school

For many, the child who comes home from school is almost a changeling. Not making the progress expected, lagging behind in terms of reading and writing and, perhaps, arithmetic. They may be acting up in class: the ‘naughty’ one who disrupts the others, the class clown, frequently unhappy, disinterested or angry, changeable in mood.

Parental hopes and expectations are dashed; anxiety sets in.

A Davis Programme will help

A Davis facilitator will understand your child’s thinking style and will treat them with respect; putting your child in control. You will then see them reconnect with that bright gift you saw in the beginning.

If you are parents of children with dyslexia contact a Davis facilitator today and find out more about a Davis Programme: Reading, Maths, Attention Mastery, Young Learners or Autism. Discover how it can put your child in control of their ability, addressing issues such as dyspraxia, dysgraphia and spelling on the way, and turn their dyslexia from a negative to a positive thing.

Parents of children with dyslexia, next steps:

Get in Touch – We Can Help

Contact the DDFA to find out how we can help you transform your child’s life and, therefore, your own.


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