You’re Wondering if Tutoring Your Child With Dyslexia Will Help? (It will!)

Many parents call us wondering if tutoring can help their child learn with dyslexia.  If you’re reading this, you probably feel worried, confused and just want caring help for your child. Yes we are real people and yes we care and yes we will help your child get back on track.

We listen and we care! We understand how you feel!

Well, if you need a hand for your child and some straight advice, maybe don’t go running off to a psychologist for an incredibly traumatic testing experience and a 12 page report. That’s not going to change your child’s life?  Instead, consider letting us help your child with practical ways of learning despite dyslexia. We specialise in rebuilding confidence in children and tutor kids with dyslexia in fun ways so they feel successful. They love it!

 

Dyslexia Tutors Who Care About Boosting Confidence

We are Dyslexia tutors who care about helping children with dyslexia and rebuilding their confidence at the same time. We’ve helped so many children overcome their fear of failure and their struggles at school by providing amazingly helpful tutoring.  We don’t work against your child’s dyslexia… We work with the dyslexia to find the best strategies to help your child learn. That’s because we believe that dyslexia is a ‘speedbump’, not a ‘roadblock’.

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At Confidence Boost Tutoring (Stanmore, Parramatta, Pennant Hills, West Ryde & Ashfield), we care about kids who are dealing with dyslexia, and we are the tutors for dyslexia who love to help. We do everything we can to make their life easier at school.  There are so many basic skills that we can help to build and over time, your child really can get their confidence back. Imagine the impact on your child’s confidence after coming to tutoring with us and feel like a champion for an hour every week. Imagine the difference it makes for kids with dyslexia to come to tutoring where they feel understood and valued.  Our tutors help with English and Maths and every child’s efforts to improve are always recognised and noticed.

Children with dyslexia deserve a hand – and we make tutoring fun!

We believe that children with dyslexia deserve all the help we can give them, and there is always so much we can do to help your child. We love to make reading, writing and Maths activities as hands-on and practical as we can. Imagine how much more motivating it is for kids when the work they are doing is at their level and they have all the time they need to catch on to new skills!

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At Confidence Boost Tutoring (Stanmore, Parramatta, Pennant Hills, West Ryde and Ashfield), your child will love tutoring in a fun, safe, motivating environment so you don’t have to worry. Expect your child to turn up each week with a great big smile and be disappointed when you come to collect him/her at the end of the session. Kids with dyslexia feel cared about at tutoring, because we believe that every child with dyslexia can succeed with a bit of extra help.

Confidence Boost Tutoring cares for children with dyslexia!

We wish we could transform what happens in schools so children with dyslexia could thrive more often.  That might be a bit outside our sphere of influence, but what we can do is make sure that YOUR child is getting a hand up at Confidence Boost Tutoring.

 

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