That's the Way I Think: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and ADHD Explained (David Fulton Books) Paperback – 22 Feb 2010
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'A refreshing, informal, well documented explanation of some of the most prevalent - and frequently overlapping - Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) viz.: dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD ... Grant’s unique approach explains to the reader dyslexia-dyspraxia-ADHD with great professionalism, insight and an atmosphere of informality, rather than purely scientifically. Whether the reader is an SpLD/ND individual, his/her relative, a friend, educator or a professional in this field, this book is easily accessible to all. One will be able to simply identify oneself with or recognize the SpLD/ND subject in question or recognise the Specific Learning Differences ... I can warmly recommend this book, for it is informative, easy and enjoyable to read.' - Dyslexia Contact
About the Author
David Grant is a chartered psychologist specialising in the identification of specific learning differences in adults. He is a regular speaker at conferences, and has over thirty years' experience of working in higher education.
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It is well written and perfect for young adults coping with dyslexia. Most of all it is readable by someone who has severe dyslexia.
Yes I would recommend this book.
It's not the pupils who have special needs, it's the education system and teachers within it who need to learn to teach individuals not by rote.
Absolutely brilliant and so easy to understand. Has made sense of so many things for both her and us. Easy to read the sections that apply to her condition, without feeling like you're missing other key elements. Would highly recommend to anyone who even thinks they may have dyslexia.
At last, I have some understanding of why I am like I am, and can now start living with myself with less anxiety,
Thank you for this revelation of a book.