Helen Arkell Consultations, Tuition and Courses
Please see information we have received below from Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity
People need our help more than ever.
Adapting to home-schooling or working at home is particularly challenging for people with dyslexia. It's equally challenging for parents who are trying to support their dyslexic child, while isolated at home. 1 in 10 of these parents are dyslexic themselves.
Our brilliant team have risen to the challenge of carrying on providing excellent support and advice.
Consultations for Parents by Phone or Video Chat
Talk to One of Our Professional Team About Your Child's Learning
You may feel like you don't know what to do or what the next step is and need some help and advice. A consultation can give you that valuable time to talk through your concerns about your child's learning. The consultation is with an experienced professional who will work with you to find a way forward.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
HELP! Course for Parents Online
Practical Ideas and Strategies for Supporting Your Child at Home
The 'Hints, Encouragement and Liaison for Parents' course helps demystify dyslexia and gives lots of useful advice about supporting your child at home. With all schools now closed, our professional specialist team will help you feel more confident about working with your child to make the most of home learning. For full details and to book see our website
Specialist 1:1 Tuition Available via Video Chat
Personalised Tuition With Our Team of Dyslexia Specialists
Our team of specialist teachers are ready to help you using a collaboration tool such as Microsoft Teams or Skype. An individual programme is created online for each child using their strengths and learning preferences to support areas of need. Get in touch to find out more: email@example.com
Mrs 'Magic' Moyler Carries on Making...
Mrs Moyler, from our South London Hub, shares her creative ideas on YouTube with her series of short videos filled with creative ideas and tips for turning recycled packaging into different buildings and rooms. Have you ever wished to eat ice-cream in the bath? Well, find out how you can by making your own fantasy bathroom with 'ice-cream trees'! What can you do with plastic milk bottles, egg boxes and sweet wrappers? Make a castle of course! See how it's done and much more by tuning in to 'Mrs 'Magic' Moyler on YouTube.
Supporting Children With ODD
An Online Course For Parents and Carers
For parents and carers of children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder or ODD our latest online course will help you support your child at home. Led by Fintan O'Regan, the course will look at behaviours children with ODD exhibit as well as discussing mood management in dealing with defiance and developing rules, rituals and routines in the home environment - plus lots more! See the full details and book on our website here
The Curious Case of ADHD and ASD - Friday 1st May
The online presentation will include practical options for the successful teaching and learning of students with ADHD and ASD.
Managing Children with Oppositional Demand Disorder and Pathological Demand Avoidance - Friday 12th June
A range of strategies will be considered in order to address successful behaviour and socialisation outcomes for children and young persons with ODD and overlapping conditions. Click here
Address: Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity, Arkell Lane, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 3BL.