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June 13, 2016
Tips to make reading easy

#4 Non-Reading Ways to get Your Reluctant Reader to Read

‘My child hates to read’. It is one of the most ticked boxes on our assessment form. Very often, the parent loves reading and wants to […]
June 2, 2016
Change your State with the word 'Yet'

How to Use The Most Powerful Word in the Universe: ‘YET’

Yet.  I haven’t met a more powerful word – yet! I really believe that it is the most powerful word in the universe. It has the […]
May 30, 2016
Sensory Disorder Tool Kit

6 Awesome Sensory Tools to Help your Child

Having some sort of a sensory tool kit at home is really important if your child has some sensory issues. Essentially a sensory kit is a […]
May 23, 2016
Executive Functioning | Dyslexia | ADHD

Executive Functioning Skills are important for ALL Children

I know what you’re thinking – my child is a bit young to be thinking about being an executive (or maybe you already have a mini […]
May 16, 2016
Why Sleep is important for teenagers

#5 Tips on How to Help Your Teenager Sleep

As I write it is a glorious May day here in Adare. The sun was beating in my window very early this morning and last night […]
May 9, 2016
5 Ways to help a reader or speller struggling with phonics

What to Do When Phonics Doesn’t Work

When I went to school, phonics wasn’t really used at all.  I’m not really sure how specifically we were taught to read (I suspect it was […]