Dyslexia - Seeking help to negotiate the maze

Peter Faire describes his experiences as the parent of a dyslexic child.
Having watched the educational progress of my dyslexic stepson over a long period, and having come into contact with others who also suffer at the hands of the ‘educational establishment’, I thought my experiences might be of interest to educational psychologists from whom parents seek help. I also write to seek views of those educational psychologists on whether they think the provision for dyslexics is adequate.

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