Educate yourself in order to empower your child
Being a parent of a child with specific learning difficulties (SpLD) can be incredibly frustrating and challenging. You can often feel powerless and poorly equipped to help your child.
At Achieve Now, we aim to empower dyslexic children to fulfil their true potential by enabling parents to access the tools and techniques that can transform learning.
NO-ONE KNOWS OR CARES FOR YOUR CHILD MORE THAN YOU DO,
WITH THE RIGHT KNOWLEDGE YOU ARE IN THE BEST POSITION TO HELP THEM ACHIEVE
Our support is practical, flexible and affordable and it promotes family harmony. It is exactly the support that I wish had been available for my own family.
Dyslexia can be disruptive, affecting all family relationships. Plus it can be costly as parents invest in expensive services and products that don’t always work.
We help you make informed decisions based on our extensive experience
How can technology transform learning?
From early years through to completing university and the world of work, Click here to see practical examples of how technology can raise attainment levels without incurring costs?
Working with technology comes naturally to children, but this is not always true for parents.
Helping parents understand how to best utilise IT to support their child’s learning is a critical part of what we do.
Whatever your IT literacy,
it is well worth learning how technology can make a difference for your child.
How can we help?
Whether your child has a diagnosed SpLD or not, if they are falling behind they need support. Our services are flexible, enabling you to choose the level of support you need. We provide:
Harnessing IT for Dyslexics Workshop
A 2-hour introduction to a vast range of technology available to support dyslexics’ learning.
After School Learning Support Clubs
Group coaching sessions to support dyslexic children develop academic success.
Achieve Now Free Website Resources
Achieve Now YouTube Channel
We are currently producing short YouTube ‘how to videos’.
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What device should you buy your dyslexic child?
For children to benefit from tech, it often requires parents investing in a device, but which one?
It is easy to throw money at the problem but that doesn't guarantee that you will get the best device or that it will be suitable as your child progresses through school. To help you make an informed choice, check out our information on: