A New Way
Free Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dyspraxia Help & Advice!
Dyslexia Specialist, Jacqui
The next session will be:
Saturday 25th August 2018 at Hungerford Library from 10:00 – 12:00
Hungerford Library, Church Street, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0JG
Saturday 18th August 2018 Chichester Library from 9:00 – 12:00
Chichester Library, Tower St, Chichester, PO19 1QJ
Can’t make the sessions at the library, then please contact us
Dyslexia SpecialistTo ensure that no dyslexic ever has to struggle with life and that no one should ever be made to feel bad about themselves. I strive to help people to realise their unique thinking and learning style and that they can achieve whatever it is in life they want.
A New Way is a company unlike any other, in that we totally understand our dyslexic clients’ needs. We don’t use or teach strategies, but provide practical solutions to help people of all ages in their everyday life.
Now that the A-level results are out, then getting organised to go to university is now in full swing. It is a worrying time for any student, but being dyslexic and going to university adds a whole new dimension to the experience.read more
I work with dyslexic individuals of all ages. Each dyslexic is unique and what one person will struggle with, another won’t. What they do all have in common is the way they are treated by the education system.read more
Dyscalculia has probably been acknowledged for the same length of time as dyslexia, but not being able to do maths does not have the same stigma attached to it.read more
Apart from being a word that is not only hard to say, but even harder to try to remember how to spell; Synaesthesia is a truly fascinating subject. Synaesthesia is not though just about smell, it can also relate to taste, touch, hearing or vision.read more
Today I would like to address the myths of dyslexia. I am still amazed to hear that so many myths and misconceptions abound about dyslexia and its related forms.read more
Her compassionate and dynamic attitude, along with her understanding of the uniqueness of people who are labelled dyslexic, made it possible for me to get in-school interventions for my children, and help with my daughter’s GCSE’s.
She herself is unique in the way that she works with the children, and she made the process enjoyable for them. I consider myself very lucky to have found her. Tahlia Cohen
Contact A New Way to discover more about your Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, or Dyspraxia.