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At dyslexia.com.au we are extremely proud of our clients and what they have achieved. We are also super proud of their parents who all started with the same question… ‘is my child dyslexic’. For many parents with struggling children, not knowing leads to frustration and sometimes despair. Well we’re here to say that there is help and hope! Now, that help doesn’t have to break the bank with our new online courses.

First of all if you want to know the answer to the question ‘is my child dyslexic’, take the free quick check by filling out the contact form on the side. This will give you an indication if you are on the right track. Then you can take another step and get an assessment for dyslexia. Or, you can just start an online course straight away! No need for an assessment. The online courses will benefit all children, as it is teaching using different methods tailored to a different learning style. The step to seek help after finding out the answer to is my child dyslexic (yes or no) is hard. But it can lead to a lasting change to your child’s health, wellbeing and learning!

It all starts with YOU. Learning to prioritise yours child’s educational needs is crucial to achieving your goals for them. School don’t always have the answers. The simple truth is that your child is one of sometimes only 2 dyslexic kids in a class of up to 30. When they fall behind, it is you that has to take action. You are not alone though though because we’re here to help. Along with many parents who started at the same point as you. They too were trying to answer the question ‘is my child dyslexic’, and then the question ‘what do I do about it’. Where here as a community both online and in person. If you’ve been putting help off or leaving it up to school to fix it’s time to take action and lock in a plan. Your inspiration to start! Everyone’s story is different.

There is no ‘one size fits all to learning’! The thrill of knowing that you are not dumb or stupid is sometimes all your child needs. The possibilities are endless with a different approach to learning that WORKS FOR THEM! Let’s do this together.



SO WHATS IN THE COURSE? – LEARNING OUTCOMES.

Help your miniPC.online

✔ Self Regulation
✔ Integration Techniques
✔ Core Strength
✔ Alphabet Knowledge Upper Case
✔ Alphabet Knowledge Lower Case
✔ Reading
✔ Eye Tracking
✔ Word Decoding
✔ Phonemic Awareness
✔ Punctuation
✔ Comprehension
✔ Orthographic Knowledge (Spelling)
✔ Number Recognition
✔ Number Meaning
✔ Numeric Concepts
✔ Maths Words
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Help your child read.onlineprogram
✔ Self Regulation
✔ Integration Techniques
✔ Core Strength
✔ Alphabet Knowledge Upper Case
✔ Alphabet Knowledge Lower Case
✔ Reading
✔ Eye Tracking
✔ Word Decoding
✔ Phonemic Awareness
✔ Vocabulary
✔ Syntax
✔ Semantics
✔ Sight Word Proficiency
✔ Orthographic Knowledge (Spelling)
✔ Grammar Skills
✔ Punctuation
✔ Comprehension
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Help your child write.F2F
✔ Self Regulation
✔ Integration Techniques
✔ Core Strength
✔ Alphabet Knowledge Upper Case
✔ Alphabet Knowledge Lower Case
✔ Phonemic Awareness
✔ Pencil Grip
✔ Punctuation
✔ Comprehension
✔ Note Taking
✔ Mind Mapping
✔ Print Writing
✔ Head to Hand Writing
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SEE THE RESULTS ACHIEVED BY OUR CLIENTS.

We are so proud of them. Imagine what you can achieve…


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Tom Mullally