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Hints and tips for supporting young people with dyslexia.

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This useful leaflets and tips comes from young people with dyslexia. In it they list a series of hints and tips aimed towards supporting them better.

Aims of the tool

This leaflet is aimed at peers, friends, educators, parents and professional so they will be better informed on ways of supporting young people with dyslexia in formal and informal contexts. Most of the hints and tips are simple and inexpensive ways of offering support but will be meaningful and will make a difference to the lives of young people with dyslexia.

Description of the tool

This tool for learning lists ways of supporting young people with dyslexia socially, emotionally and psychologically. The hints and tips come from their life experience of living with dyslexia. Through this leaflet of hints and tips, young people with dyslexia are adding their own voice on how they can be supported better. Through the hints and tips on this leaflet, peers, friends, parents, youth workers, educators and stakeholder will be able to learn how to offer support in various contexts when they engage with young people with dyslexia.


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Tool overview

Hints and tips for supporting young people with dyslexia.

This tool is for

Peers, friends, parents/guardians, youth workers, educators, professionals and the public in general.

and addresses

Social Inclusion

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Transnational Youth Initiatives

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Dyslexic Teens Dialogue - Lisa & Julia Degiorgio

in the context of

Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Transnational Youth Initiatives: Exchange of Good Practices ref. 2019-3-MT01-KA205-074043

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mary Rose Formosa (on 15 October 2022)

and last modified

21 September 2022

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