If you have every felt alone in your struggles to help a child with dyslexia or other reading challenges, please read the wonderful Mother's Day blog by the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity.
Although this article focuses on the influence of mothers, we have found that adults with dyslexia all speak with deep gratitude toward that one person in their lives who said the right thing at the right time. It might be a mother, father, teacher, tutor, boss or someone else. What sets parents apart is their willingness to advocate for their child no matter what anyone says and no matter if they ever receive recognition. They know they are opening doors for their struggling child to hear the words that will give encouragement and hope.
Windy Row Learning Center works closely with parents and educators to support children both with the tutoring they need and the encouragement and they want with all their hearts.
If you know a child who is struggling with reading (or math), please info [at] windyrow.org (contact) us today.
Our 4-4-4 summer camp and individual summer tutoring schedules are filling up. Please phone us at 603-924-7198 if you are interested in summer help for your child.