We hope you enjoyed our session on one of the first steps to get you and your child set up for a great new school year. We loved sharing Zachary's secret approach he's been using since elementary school in Dear Teacher: How to Write a Letter to Your Teacher during the recent Back to Learning Parent Summit.
If you'd like to receive the templates we mentioned in our session, just drop your name and email down below. And don't worry, your deets are safe with us!
We're also hosting a Five-Day Challenge Adventure sharing more of Zachary's Tips and Strategies he employs at the beginning of the year so be sure to open our emails to learn more! We'd love to have you join us in our Pop-Up Party in Club Dyslexia!
You've got this kiddo (and mom)! Stay strong and, by all means, keep having fun in your journey with dyslexia.
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HOW TO CUT THROUGH THE CONFUSION
When everyone is talking over your head with the secret school dyslexia code, you'll start to understand what's actually being said about you and how to speak up!
HOW TO STAND OUT AND STAND UP FOR WHAT YOU NEED
Tips and tricks shared with you to advocate for yourself to get what you need to stop faking it and actually learn, have others understand and appreciate you, and get the much needed break you deserve.
WE'RE GOING TO PUT THE FUN IN DYSLEXIA
Instead of being mad, hurt, and frustrated ALL the time, we're going to let it all out and get back to loving our life even more with our superpowers of dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, etc.!
BONUS FOR MOMS...
Don't worry, Moms. My mom has offered to hop on with you so that you know what's happening each week with tips and insights for you, too!
"Zachary is such an amazing advocate for himself and for other kids with dyslexia. With Pamela's help and guidance, they explain everything about dyslexia and other learning differences so that it's finally understandable. "
It all started 11 years ago when Zachary was in Kindergarten. As he struggled to learn his letters, his teacher told him he wasn't "trying hard enough" and he ended up constantly stressed, frustrated, mad, or in tears. Zachary's mom, Pamela, wondered what had happened to her bright, happy 5 year old in just a few short months. Over a decade later, we're still navigating the dyslexia journey (passing the driving test is up next...how'd time fly by so quickly?!).
We've all gone through so much and we want to be sure that you and your child learn from our experiences (the good, the bad, and the ugly) so that you don't have to lose anymore sleep or cry any more tears over dyslexia. We've got you covered!
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