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Receiving a diagnosis of dyslexia can trigger a flood of emotions such as sadness, relief, anxiety, compassion and guilt in both children and parents. Allowing ourselves and our children the time, space and support to process these emotions can ultimately lead to more resilient children and families. It can also provide the strong foundation of trust and communication necessary to embrace all the tricky issues inherent in 21st century parenting and teaching. Children with learning differences tend to be highly empathetic, kind and sensitive—traits that flourish even more given focus on the whole child.
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