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Sue Cook & FIT4Reading on Sunday Breakfast

We had a fascinating discussion today about Sue’s work and determination to help youngsters and their families embrace the challenge of overcoming spectrum disorders.

Sue introduced us to the real meaning of “states of being” we know as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome and dyscalculia. She spoke from personal experiences and shared a wealth of information about possible symptoms, techniques to help overcome any issues, and introduced us to the role of vision and movement as the brain develops.

It was a real education to hear Sue in action this morning; she gave me one or two tests on air to check which side of my body I use more; with this Sue checked my tracking (I think!) and I did quite well and then again not so well..

Sue is in demand all over the world now to share her knowledge and experience, and you can find out lots lots more by checking out her website – www.fit4reading.co.uk

And, you are invited to attend a presentation on this very subject given by Sue at Alec Hunter School in Braintree at 5.30pm on May 23rd. More details on Sue’s website.

You can hear all of the 9 O’clock hour on Listen Again by clicking the play button here:
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Sue Cook & FIT4Reading on Sunday Breakfast

We had a fascinating discussion today about Sue’s work and determination to help youngsters and their families embrace the challenge of overcoming spectrum disorders.

Sue introduced us to the real meaning of “states of being” we know as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome and dyscalculia. She spoke from personal experiences and shared a wealth of information about possible symptoms, techniques to help overcome any issues, and introduced us to the role of vision and movement as the brain develops.

It was a real education to hear Sue in action this morning; she gave me one or two tests on air to check which side of my body I use more; with this Sue checked my tracking (I think!) and I did quite well and then again not so well..

Sue is in demand all over the world now to share her knowledge and experience, and you can find out lots lots more by checking out her website – www.fit4reading.co.uk

And, you are invited to attend a presentation on this very subject given by Sue at Alec Hunter School in Braintree at 5.30pm on May 23rd. More details on Sue’s website.

You can hear all of the 9 O’clock hour on Listen Again by clicking the play button here:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/20110501090010.mp3]

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Sue Cook & FIT4Reading on Sunday Breakfast

We had a fascinating discussion today about Sue’s work and determination to help youngsters and their families embrace the challenge of overcoming spectrum disorders.

Sue introduced us to the real meaning of “states of being” we know as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome and dyscalculia. She spoke from personal experiences and shared a wealth of information about possible symptoms, techniques to help overcome any issues, and introduced us to the role of vision and movement as the brain develops.

It was a real education to hear Sue in action this morning; she gave me one or two tests on air to check which side of my body I use more; with this Sue checked my tracking (I think!) and I did quite well and then again not so well..

Sue is in demand all over the world now to share her knowledge and experience, and you can find out lots lots more by checking out her website – www.fit4reading.co.uk

And, you are invited to attend a presentation on this very subject given by Sue at Alec Hunter School in Braintree at 5.30pm on May 23rd. More details on Sue’s website.

You can hear all of the 9 O’clock hour on Listen Again by clicking the play button here:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/20110501090010.mp3]

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Sue Cook & FIT4Reading on Sunday Breakfast

We had a fascinating discussion today about Sue’s work and determination to help youngsters and their families embrace the challenge of overcoming spectrum disorders.

Sue introduced us to the real meaning of “states of being” we know as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome and dyscalculia. She spoke from personal experiences and shared a wealth of information about possible symptoms, techniques to help overcome any issues, and introduced us to the role of vision and movement as the brain develops.

It was a real education to hear Sue in action this morning; she gave me one or two tests on air to check which side of my body I use more; with this Sue checked my tracking (I think!) and I did quite well and then again not so well..

Sue is in demand all over the world now to share her knowledge and experience, and you can find out lots lots more by checking out her website – www.fit4reading.co.uk

And, you are invited to attend a presentation on this very subject given by Sue at Alec Hunter School in Braintree at 5.30pm on May 23rd. More details on Sue’s website.

You can hear all of the 9 O’clock hour on Listen Again by clicking the play button here:
[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/20110501090010.mp3]

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