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Here are some suggested organisations that offer expert advice on SN.

Has anyone used Neoron Learning at home before??

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Chocamochalatte Sun 07-Oct-12 20:10:09

Came across this sounds impressive, obviously no idea of the costs involved but would love to know if anyone's has experience of them?

bochead Sun 07-Oct-12 20:27:54

Here's a chart that compares the relative strengths of several primary reading/literacy programmes. The goal is to choose the programme which most closely maps to your own child's specific difficulties.

As I understand it Fastforward is great for helping those having trouble with reading due to auditory processing/discrimination issues. I'm not so sure it would help children for whom the primary problem with reading is caused by say visual tracking issues.

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