TALK TO YOUR CHILD.

It has been my experience that children want

straight answers to what is happening with them and why.

Educate yourself on dyslexia, and then share what you have learned with the child.

If a child is left to his or her own devices to figure out what is wrong, the chances are what he or she comes up with will be worse than what is actually happening.

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