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#15 How to find your child’s gifted areas

How to find your child's gifted areas

How to Find Your Child's Gifted AreasFacebook Video Chat with Susan BartonDuring this 8 minute video, I share the natural strengths and talents the come with dyslexia, great careers for people with those strengths, and two ways to find your child's gifted areas.

Posted by Bright Solutions for Dyslexia on Tuesday, May 30, 2017

4 thoughts on “#15 How to find your child’s gifted areas

  1. Susan says:

    Thank you for the reminder! My daughter is generous of heart, artistic in so many ways, hard working and talented in design.

    1. Susan Barton Susan Barton says:

      I find it interesting that it is almost as easy to find dyslexia by looking for people who have these strengths — as it is to look for people who are bright but struggle with spelling and written expression.

  2. Bill Curtis says:

    Thank you for this resource. I have been looking for this for a while.

    1. Jen Curtis says:

      I agree!

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