Training on learning disabilities

for parents and teachers.

New strategies and methodologies

and ICT contribution.

2015-1-ES01-KA201-015806

Information for parents

  • Know your child’s difficulty. If your child hasn’t been identified with dysgraphia, Knowing which difficulty your child has is the first step to help him
  • See it through your child’s eye. Get a better sense of what your child is experiencing. If you understand better, you can help better.
  • Request an evaluation to qualified professionals.
  • Have a comparison with teachers. They could give you a professional point of view thanks to their observation during school time
  • Connect with other parents. Remember that you are not alone; find other parents who are dealing with the same issues.