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jordin5 - April 11th, 2011 4:36 AM

my work has caused me to be away from my son for a period of time... in my absence i like sending him postcards or letters and i really want him to be able to read them... my son is dyslexic and he gets really frustrated everytime he tries to read... it's really hard and i feel sad for him... i don't know what else we can do to help him.

clyde89 - April 11th, 2011 10:55 AM

i'm sorry to hear about your situation. i think you would need to ask professional help for your son to get therapy or help him with his predicament. As for you, you might want to send him audio or video clips instead of letters or postcards.

Tyra Oaks - April 13th, 2011 10:37 AM

i would really suggest hire a tutor for your kid, if the company is keeping you away from your kid then you should be well compensated. having a dyslexic kid is a big chellenge bu t the earlier we acknowledge it the sooner it will be solved.

divine parade - April 13th, 2011 11:07 AM

saw a movie not so long ago, the parent were unaware of their dyslexic kid and the kid went through a lot of traumatic experience before one teacher saw the kids potential and disability, so hire a tutor for your kid. It's a long proces...

Chloe - April 22nd, 2011 12:35 AM

What your child needs is a study plan. There are lots of dyslexic kids who are able to read with the help of one on one training and a lot of patience. Dyslexia is not the end of the world. Parents with dyslexic kids need lots of time to teach their kids how to read properly.

There is a multi-sensory teaching method that is said to be the most effective teaching method for dyslexic children. You should look into this.


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