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Any one and any method that can help a dyslexic person spell, read or write should be immortalised. All educators and parents go the hard long road with dyslexics as they themselves do. I have witnessed struggling discouraged and frustrated children, parents and teachers overcome this trauma with varying degrees of success and any gains is wonderful. Many of these children's path has been fraught with the spelling, reading pitfalls yet thanks to their intense indomitable courage and committed care and effort of themselves, family and educators they can read and are mastering spelling (it's much harder). Systems and methods fall out of favour but we need to give credit where it's due. These kids and adults who learn these skills are heroes.

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