Know yourself! – living with dyslexia
This article was originally published in Elm's predecessor media, LLinE.The path to coping with dyslexia leads from self-awareness to self-advocacy. The author's grassroots viewpoint is insp...
Dr Anne-Marie Montarnal is a retired ophtalmologist. She has been involved in the association Parents of Dyslexic children for more than 30 years, belonging to the founder members of the EDA European Dyslexia Association. She has published three books on the subject : Le tiroir coincé ou comment expliquer la dyslexie aux enfants [The twisted drawer or How can dyslexia be explained to children] ; Mon enfant est dyslexique, concrètement que faire ? [My child is dyslexic, what can I do concretely ?] Adultes dyslexiques, des explication, des solutions. [Dyslexic adults, explainations, solutions] French Publisher : "Tom Pousse" Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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