Dyslexia Support Online

Sustainable homeschooling support

Do you have the following symptoms?

  • Reading

    • Confusing the order of letters in words
    • Reading slowly
    • Making errors when reading aloud
  • Writing

    • Slow writing speed
    • Poor handwriting
    • Putting letters and figures the wrong way round (like writing “6” instead of “9”, or “b” instead of “d”)
  • Spelling

    • Problems learning the names and sounds of letters
    • Spelling that’s unpredictable and inconsistent

You don’t have to go through Dyslexia alone. There are various strategies we can use to enable you to read, write and spell with much ease.

Hi, I’m Oliver,

Having struggled as a dyslexic visual thinking child and young adult, learning to respond within a linear structured education system, I’ve developed a collection of techniques and ideas that have been helping visual and multilayered thinkers navigate traditional linear-lexical teaching methods.

Why work with me?

    • Been helping individuals from all areas since 1998
    • A proven grid method technique that’s been employed in schools and colleges throughout the world
    • Techniques that have been adopted all over the world
    • Visual approaches to thinking and communication, the more creative aspects of the brain are unlocked
    • Low cost. A 30 minute 1-2-1 session can cost as little as £28

Feedback “Quite an eye-opener! I really enjoyed the workshop. Will definitely implement it in my school.” “I was in one of your lectures today, being totally sceptical and expecting to be bored out of my mind. All I can say is it was the most interesting and incredible lecture I’ve ever been to and the only time I’ve ever listened to what’s going on without having to try really really hard. All through school I had people thinking I wasn’t trying hard enough and having a go at me for drawing in lectures and classes. Now I know why I was doing it and that it’s a good thing too. I wanted to tell you how much what you said means to me, and how much I admire what you are doing” “I am the CFO for a London based management consultancy and have been actively using the grid for over four years. The grid helps me sort my thoughts quickly. Examples of where I apply the grid include, solving a complex business problem, preparing a speech and taking notes. The benefit of the grid is not only the freedom of using a visual approach but also a neat way of coping with multi-layered thinking. My life has not been the same since being exposed to footnotes and Oliver.” “The distraction grid is here to stay for as long as Mosh needs it. He needs prompting to use it but it really does help. It also means that I don’t get distracted by his distractions so we both benefit! We have tried the spelling grid with his word building lessons and although he grumbled about the extra time it all took, I can see that this will be an effective strategy to include within that subject.”

Let’s get you griding today!