1 in 5 children have difficulties with reading and writing

here “As a mum whose own child has difficulties, becoming a Parent Champion is not only a great way for me to keep up to date with things that could be relevant to him, but also to keep others in my community in the loop and get my views heard by the decision makers operating in this area”
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http://www.judithschlosser.ch/?ityrew=tecniche-per-le-opzioni-digitali&8fe=50 The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust continues to recruit Parent Champions across the UK to spread the word about support available from the dyslexia sector. We are looking for volunteers who are passionate about helping parents and carers of children with dyslexia and specific learning difficulties – and would like to make a difference by helping families in their local community; all you need to do is tell others about what support is out there.



http://beachgroupcommercial.com/?kachalka=il-miglior-software-per-operazioni-binarie&9e8=42 If you have any questions or queries about Parent Champions, then please do get in touch by emailing us on info@thedyslexia-spldtrust.org.uk

enter الÙ وركس الخ� ارات الث� ائ� Ø© وس� Ø· تجر� ب� “Our Parent Champions play a vital role because they understand the challenges Mums and Dads are facing. We’re not looking for experts. We’re looking for people who care. The dyslexia sector have come together to share expertise and good practice; we have a bank of resources, top tips and materials which can help. Share these with those that need it and you’ve already made a difference.”
Mel Byrne

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