Dyslexia Support Warrington
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Neurodivergent people are amazing, but if you need some support, there are some local services below!
Dyslexia Support Warrington: https://www.dyslexiasupportwarrington.co.uk/
Cheshire Autism Practical Support: https://www.cheshireautism.org.uk/
Warrington Adult ADHD Service: https://www.mylifewarrington.co.uk/kb5/warrington/directory/service.page?id=HhPpJqly7tA
Orthoptic Visual Processing Difficulties Clinic: https://whh.nhs.uk/services/orthoptics/orthoptic-visual-processing-difficulties-clinic
Dyslexia Support Warrington
01925 320322 or take a look at our website- http://www.dyslexiasupportwa
Warrington Dyslexia Support Centre is part of the Centra Educational Organisation which dates back to 1839, when it was formed as part of the Union of Cheshire & Lancashire Institutes (ULCI) One of Britains first vocational examining and training bodies. Centra established a Dyslexia Centre in Preston in 2007, using the IDL software system to help children & adults whose lives have been affected b
You have so many talents that examinations just don't recognise, never forget that! Believe in yourself, know your value, work hard and the rest will come! If in doubt, go and google 'Famous people with Dyslexia!'
Good luck to everyone receiving their A Level results today.
Whatever results you get please know that you are more important than any grades you receive.
Let someone know how amazing they are today. Tag them in the comments below. ⬇️
Let someone know how amazing they are today. Tag them in the comments below. ⬇️
Are you supporting a dyslexic learner with reading, writing or spelling?
Our courses offer practical solutions, giving delegates the tools they need to develop an understanding of how to teach and support dyslexic individuals effectively. Find out more: https://bit.ly/3e2a8TS
Wishing all our students and friends ‘Good Luck’ as they return to school this week, many of whom are going up to a new high school, how exiting!
Remember this quote:
“You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do." — Dr. Seuss
Try something new, join a new club or activity, make new friends and find what makes you happy! Enjoy the new experience, you’ll all be absolutely fabulous!
Its time to celebrate a wonderful success! Huge congratulations to one of our students, Olivia who has been participating in our tuition programme at Peover Superior Primary School. Olivia has won her school award for the most progress made this year! You're a Superstar Olivia! You've worked so hard and absolutely smashed expectations! Good luck in your new high school, they will be very lucky to have you! Well done, we are all so very proud of you!🤩🥳🤩
There is a misconception that just affects the ability to read and write. If this were true, it would be much easier to identify. In fact dyslexia can have an affect on areas such as coordination, organisation and memory 🧠
Discover the signs of dyslexia: https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/dyslexia/about-dyslexia/signs-of-dyslexia
When you have a "regular" child, you feel reasonably assured that class participation and decent study habits will result in good grades. These kids have close friends. They get invited to participate in social things like dances and weekend gatherings. They make the teams, auditioned organisations and clubs.
But when you have a child with certain differences, this is often not the case. Learning may take longer, both academically and socially. Despite their tremendous efforts, results are often a fraction of their peers and social acceptance is fleeting, setting them up for painful comparisons and bitter frustration. Instead of a fun and fulfilling experience, school can become a breeding ground for depression and anxiety, and assignments a battle ground at home. It is exhausting for parent and child alike.
This is the week of SPED (Special Education), Autism, Dyslexia, and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) awareness. For all the children who struggle every day to succeed in a world that does not recognise their gifts and talents, and for those who are walking beside them, please let this be a gentle reminder to be kind and accepting of ALL people. Recognise that the "playing field" is not always a level surface. Children who learn differently are not weird. They are merely gifted in ways that our society does not value enough. Yet they want what everyone else wants: To be accepted!!
If you choose, please copy and paste this in honor of all children who are deemed "different". Our world would be far less beautiful without them.
We have been quiet on here recently but we are still available for support and school based sessions (school/Covid dependent. With all precautions taken). Please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns. 01925 320322.
"Dyslexia is a SUPERPOWER"
Take the time to watch this! 😍Amazing!
Dyslexia Support Warrington updated their website address.
Planning your child’s week ahead? Remember to utilise the various resources out there, including Bitesize, the BBC Bitesize free online study support resource for school-age pupils in the UK. It is designed to aid pupils in both schoolwork and, for older pupils, exams.
Each weekday, the BBC will be adding three new lessons for each year! Enjoy!
Why won't my child engage with their school work at home? — The Studying With Dyslexia Blog
Why won't my child engage with their school work at home? — The Studying With Dyslexia Blog Check out this video on how to re-ignite engagement with learning at home during this UK Schools Shutdown period.
Bitesize: 9-11 Year Olds - Week 1: 4. Maths and Music
Bitesize: 9-11 Year Olds - Week 1: 4. Maths and Music Topics include positive and negative numbers and a book reading by Maro Itoje.
Several parents have contacted Helpline wanting to support their Key Stage 4 child with their grammar homework. BBC Bitesize have created fun activities on learning verbs and tenses, which are particularly suited to the dyslexic learning style as they are visual, interactive and offer repetition opportunities: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh4thbk
Helping Your Child With Anxiety
Helping Your Child With Anxiety If your child is struggling with anxiety, here are some ways you can support them and places you can get help.
There are often lots of strengths and abilities that come with . If we can tap into these to support learning, then we are likely to be far more successful.
Find out what these are and how to utilise them by joining a BDA training session: https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/services/training
Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Local Cllr Steve Wright came to find out more about the campaign and what better way being tested by our Orthoptics Team and meeting a young patient with
to understand the difference Orthoptists can make
Orthoptists play a key role in identifying serious eye conditions. However, there is a lack of awareness about the vital role of Orthoptists. The campaign is designed to address this.
Thinking about training as an Orthoptist or just want to find out more? http://ow.ly/dwom50vVgba
Mollie King opens up about dyslexia diagnosis in powerful speech to Parliament
independent.co.uk 'I'd been feeling like I was somehow worse than my classmates'
Richard Branson Interview: "How Dyslexia Made Me"
forbes.com What made Richard Branson the entrepreneur and billionaire he is today? In an exclusive interview, he tells how his dyslexia made the difference and gave him a huge edge in his career and life
10 Teaching Tips for Dyslexia - Nessy UK
nessy.com Teaching Tips for Dyslexia. Learn small things that can make a big difference to a child with dyslexia's learning experience.
Dallas Branch of the International Dyslexia Association
Auditory Processing Disorders and Dyslexia
readingrockets.org Children with dyslexia are often referred to the audiologist to be evaluated for auditory processing disorder (APD). The relationship between dyslexia and APD is can be confusing, and this article helps professionals untangle the symptoms of the different difficulties.
Pebble SEND Support
See dyslexia differently - spread the word...
This animation seeks to preempt misconceptions among young audiences by shedding light on the real challenges dyslexic children face whilst also acknowledging their strengths and potential.
A video by the British Dyslexia Association
Dyslexia A2Z Dyslexia Association of Staffordshire Ltd Dyslexia Support Warrington Dyslexia Scotland The Dyslexia Association Dyslexia and the "Toe By Toe" manual BDA Dyslexia
Congratulations to our fabulous students who have achieved so much this academic year, many of whom have reached their targets and no longer need our support! Well done, we're so very proud of you!
As a result, we have a small amount of sessions available from September for new pupils. Please contact us for more information.
Good luck to everyone starting their GCSEs today! 🏫📚
We have one spare place for our highly successful multi-sensory tuition programme on for Monday evenings at 4pm at the Peace Centre, Warrington.
Please note, we do have a waiting list for any other time/location for tuition as it is currently in high demand however this particular slot is available at present. No one on the current waiting list can make this slot therefore we are able to offer it to a wider audience.
For further information on the multi-sensory tuition programme, including prices, please visit our website-www.dyslexiasupportwarrington.com
Dyslexia Support Centre, Warrington, Tailored multi sensory tuition for students.
For further information on the services that we provide, visit our website-
dyslexiasupportwarrington.co.uk Specialised learning program specially designed to assist students with Dyslexia or similar difficulties with reading and spelling, proven results, 32 centres across the UK.
Dyslexia Support Warrington's cover photo
Good luck to all the GCSE students opening their results tomorrow! The next adventure is about to begin! Believe in yourself and your amazing futures will unfold before you. 💫👍
Important information for parents in the Altrincham, Trafford, South Manchester & Cheshire areas, we have some wonderful news!......
From September, Dyslexia Support Warrington will be extending our service into the above areas and we will be able to offer a full range of private dyslexia diagnostic assessments, including Access Arrangements, DSA assessments and adult assessments.
Please contact us for more information or to make an appointment, or visit our website, www.dyslexiasupportwarrington.co.uk
We will also be offering our services to schools in the areas above.
Made By Dyslexia
We are so excited to share our Jamie Oliver interview with you. Happy watching...and please share!
Winston's Wish - the charity for bereaved children
Our thoughts and Prayers are with all those involved in the horrific incident last night.
Please see the link attached. A news report from BBC Newsround, designed specifically to explain the incident to young people and children without any traumatic images.
Please also see Wistonswish- a charity
organisation who specialises in child bereavement
winstonswish.org.uk Winston’s Wish is the UK’s childhood bereavement charity. We support children and their families after the death of a parent or sibling.
Good luck to our students who have their SATs exams next week. All that hard work will definately pay off!
Here's hoping that all our fabulous year 6 students and friends have had places confirmed at the high schools of their first choice. - What lucky school's they'll be to have you!
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