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Dyslexia Support Tutor needed

(4 Posts)
PlaySchool Sat 12-Jan-13 20:53:48

The Nessy computer game is OK but not amazing. Only cheap so worth a go. www.nessy.com/

typer Sat 12-Jan-13 12:03:50

Tutor for Dyslexia. Jane Verity 0208 568 4633 jane@verityping.co.uk

Alasdair53 Mon 16-Jul-12 16:52:46

Hi MaryMai,

you could try following this link: http://www.unlocking-learning.co.uk/facilitators/London

this is what worked for my daughter and there are a some who might not be too far away.

MaryMai Wed 04-Jul-12 18:34:15

I'm looking for a tutor (SW2 area) who uses a structured multi sensory approach. My DD was diagnosed with dyslexia last Christmas and has been receiving extra support from school, however I am concerned that it is not addressing her specific needs. Failing that , has anyone used any computer based programmes like easy read to help support their dyslexic child ?

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