Surviving School as a Dyslexic Teenager: A Guide for Parents and Their Teenager Children

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DIO Press Incorporated, 2020 - Education - 126 pages

Surviving School as a Dyslexic Teenager is an easy to read book looking at the coping/defence strategies used by teenagers both in and outside school.

Understanding where these coping/defence strategies have come from (home influences, primary school, peer relationships, parent's own diagnosed/undiagnosed dyslexia) and giving help, common sense, tips, and career/college/university advice.

This book is aimed at parents, educators, and dyslexic teenagers themselves.

About the author (2020)

Dr Alexander-Passe, based in London (UK), is a well-respected author investigating emotional coping in those with dyslexia. He is the head of the Student Support Unit (SSU) at an OFSTED rated 'outstanding' state secondary school, and an expert special educational needs advisor to the UK's Department of Education. He is dyslexic himself, so writes from both professional and personal experience.

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