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Both Claire and Joey are struggling in school to meet their grade expectations in both math and reading. They have been diagnosed with Dyslexia. I met Sue Hall in Vancouver on a trip and she offers a service to train students on how to accommodate and learn skills that will support them to succeed in school. Sue believes that dyslexia is a gift and has many benefits for the children, but many challenges in learning in a traditional environment. Her new book "fish can't climb trees" speaks of her long journey and understanding of the gift of dyslexia. Her website is http://positivedyslexia.com/ for further information.
Both children will be trained by her and receive continuing support over the next year. I personally can't afford it on my own, but the children can't wait any longer to be given the gift of success in school. We humbly ask for your support to make this long time dream a reality. I so appreciate all your kindness and loving thoughts.
Much love Aliyah, Claire and Joey
Einstein on schoolUpdate posted by Alexandra Hamilton at 05:32 pm
"Bear in mind that the wonderful things you learn in your schools are the work of many generations, produced by enthusiastic effort and infinite labor in every country of the world. All this is put into your hands as your inheritance in order that you may receive it, honor it,