Author Sascha Roos is a dyslexia specialist and guidance counsellor supporting children and parents with the challenges of dyslexia for over 15 years. She has a well-established private practice, and an approach that encourages the strengths and abilities of the dyslexic individual. Sascha is a member of the Dyslexia Association of Ireland and the Institute of Guidance Counsellors. She has had several articles on dyslexia published by national dyslexia associations in Britain, Australia and Ireland, as well as a blog on study skills for dyslexic students for a leading study skills website. Sascha continues to work to change attitudes towards dyslexia, raising expectations and changing the language around this learning difference, through her website www.dyslexiasupport.ie and social media community 'Dyslexia Support Ireland: think different ability not disability'.
Probably the very best place to go if you need accessible, user-friendly information, and a whole plethora of sound, practical guidance about how to help a child with dyslexia, is Sascha's fascinating and insightful book - Sunday Independent (Ireland)This book has been enlightening and a complete game-changer for my understanding of dyslexia. The structure and visual presentations make it an easy and informative and enjoyable read. It should be book of the year in my opinion. Thank you, Sascha Roos. I really struggled understanding my son's educational assessment report and this book has helped me understand the report in an empowering way. I am so gratefulI was so excited to read At Home with Dyslexia. It felt a little bit like coming home! As the parent of a dyslexic 11 year old, this book is an excellent source of information, written jargon free and very informative. The comments from parents and children will resonate with you. It is a new road and a new journey. I am daunted but hungry for information, and I am thoroughly enjoying At Home with Dyslexia