Home Strategies to Help Your Child With Dyslexia

Home Strategies to Help Your Child With Dyslexia

Children with dyslexia have specific learning needs, but with the right guidance and support they can succeed like any other student. In today's world, public schools offer many different programs and resources to assist students with dyslexia. You can also help by implementing some of these tools when your child isn't at school! Here are Tutor Doctor's tips for home strategies to help your child with their dyslexia.

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