Renthead Mommy Posted August 9, 2012 Share Posted August 9, 2012 My Ma called today wanting info for her neice who is pulling her 10yo with dyslexia out of catholic school. I don't know the neice, but it sounds like the school really wasn't doing anything to help the child with his dyslexia. Ma said she was looking at using K-12 and Ma wanted to know if I knew anything about it and if it was suited toward dyslexic children still really struggling with reading. I know nothing about it other than they give you all the curriculum. To me that sounds like you are locked into using only their choices. I also think it sounds more like school at home, and school to this point has not been working well. What I am wondering is if bringing him home to use a program like that really going to help him? I admit I don't know much about dyslexia, but don't kids need to learn to work within the dyslexia before they can really learn to read and such? Can anyone recommend a reading/LA program that does work well for dyslexics? Or one that teaches them the tools to work out what they are seeing? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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