According to the charity British Dyslexics, the most successful way of teaching dyslexic students is to use a structured multi-sensory technique which combines visual, auditory and kinaesthetic inputs, so that the brain receives information in many different ways and learning is continually reinforced.

NLP takes this approach further. The NLP Visual Spelling Strategy produces dramatic results by teaching students how to form mental pictures of words. Other NLP techniques including reframing and goal setting, helping dyslexics to address the motivational and emotional issues that can improve their learning.

NLP can really help people with dyslexia and those working with dyslexic people to achieve their full potential.

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