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Webinars for 2023

Helen will be restarting monthly webinars

in 2023. 

Study Skills for Secondary students

12th April at 1.30pm CET

Making the most of assistive technology

16th May at 8.30 am

The impact of Metacognition

15th June at 1pm



My Services

Having your child assessed can be an important step in fully understanding your child's needs and unlocking the support they need to succeed.  I offer a range of informal and formal assessments to suit your child.


In additon, I offer consultancy advice to parents and teachers of dyslexic and twice exceptional learners and hold workshops and webinars on Dyslexia, ADHD and other learning differences,  See below for my latest events.

I understand that it can be daunting for both parents and professionals to know how to start supporting a child who is struggling in school. There are so many practical resources that can help and there are many benefits to getting started as early as possible.  Using my experience and expertise I can offer practical advice that you can use straight away.

Get in touch today to book a confidential discussion and consultation.

Most Popular Articles


Early Indicators of Dyslexia

The signs of Dyslexia show up very early - we can choose to ignore them or we can take action straight away. Find out what to look out for.

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Early Interventions for the Early Signs of Dyslexia

Dyslexia interventions are not harmful to children - we do not have to wait and see. There are lots of fun activities that benefit everyone.


My Child is Dyslexic - What do I do now?

Whether you suspect your child is dyslexic or you have just received a formal diagnosis it can be hard to know what to do for the best.


Many people do not fully understand all the characteristics of ADHD.  Only a few children have impulsive behaviours. The emotional impact of ADHD is often overlooked.


Working memory difficulties are the common feature of many learning differences. Find out practical strategies to work round and overcome these difficulties.


Many children with learning difficulties have undiagnosed visual perceptual difficulties.  They are hard to detect as children find it hard to verbalise what they can see.  

" Thank you so  much for your workshop. I really enjoyed and learnt a lot. I am going to share what I have learnt from you with my colleagues at school."
Teacher, International school, Thailand

Teacher, International school, Thailand

" I'm thrilled with my daughter's progress and almost more so with her increase in self confidence that has gone with it. Thank you for your fantastic support." 

Parent of Year 3 dyslexic student, Hong Kong

" We cannot tell you how proud we are of the progress our son has made this year. He has gone from a child with zero interest in anything with words to a boy who is really engaged with books and writing.  Thank you so much for the amazing work you have done with him."

Parent of Year 2 dyslexic student, Hong Kong

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Supporting working memory difficulties

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