The Human Cost Of Dyslexia
John Hicks (Dyslexia Blogger) and the British Dyslexia Association are asking parents of dyslexic children to answer this survey which will help to paint a picture of how dyslexia effects the lives of children and their families. This information will be used to inform MPs at the All Party Parliamentary Group on the 20th March 2019 as they seek to address policy that will help to support children with dyslexia as they pass through education. We are exploring topics such as Anxiety, Interactions With Education, Family Dynamics and your child's experience. Your help is much appreciated. Thank you.
Exploring Parental Anxiety & Dyslexia
Exploring parental anxiety with respect to a child's dyslexia.
Anxiety : 1. Do you worry about what the future holds for your child because of their dyslexia?
Anxiety : 2. Do you worry about what other people might think about your child because of their dyslexia?
Anxiety : 3. Do you sometimes feel that you wish you could “fix” your child?
Anxiety : 4. Do you sometimes wish that your child was not dyslexic?
Anxiety : 5. Do you sometimes feel guilty that your child is dyslexic?
Anxiety : 6. Do you feel that you lack the skills and knowledge to support your child’s dyslexia?
Anxiety : 7. What more can you tell us about your experience with parental anxiety with respect to your child's dyslexia?
Your answer
Interactions With Education.
Exploring how parents feel about their child's dyslexia and interacting with the education system.
Interacting With Education: 1. Do you feel that the school supports your child’s dyslexia?
Interacting With Education: 2. Do you feel anxious when you have interactions with your child’s school about dyslexia?
Interacting With Education: 3. Do you feel able to communicate with the school effectively about your child’s dyslexia?
Interacting With Education: 4. Do you feel that the school takes your concerns about dyslexia seriously?
Interacting With Education: 5. Do you feel disempowered during your interactions with school?
Interacting With Education: 6. Do you feel that the school is doing a good job supporting your child’s dyslexia?
Interacting With Education: 7. Do you feel that the school values and nurtures your child’s abilities and potential?
Interacting With Education: 8. Do you sometimes feel angry with your dyslexic child’s school?
Interacting With Education: 9. What more can you tell us about your interactions with education with respect to your child's dyslexia?
Your answer
Family Dynamics
Exploring how a child having dyslexia in a family effects family dynamics.
Family Dynamics: 1. Do you feel that sometimes you neglect other family members in order to support your dyslexic child?
Family Dynamics: 2. Do you feel exhausted by dealing with your child’s dyslexia?
Family Dynamics: 3. Do you sometimes lose patience and get frustrated with your dyslexic child?
Family Dynamics: 4. Do you feel that you focus more on your dyslexic child than their siblings?
Family Dynamics: 5. Do you avoid discussing your child’s dyslexia with family and friends?
Family Dynamics: 6. How much more do you spend more on your dyslexic child per week because of their dyslexia?
Family Dynamics: 7. Has having a dyslexic child caused tension in your family?
Family Dynamics: 8. Do other family members react negatively to your child’s dyslexia?
Family Dynamics: 9. What more can you tell us about your experience of family dynamics with respect to your child’s dyslexia?
Your answer
Exploring the 'Human' cost of having dyslexia for your child.
In this section we need your help to help us to understand how having dyslexia has affected your child emotionally and socially.
Your Child: 1. Does your dyslexic child try to hide their struggles?
Your Child: 2. Does your child have poor self-esteem relating to their dyslexia?
Your Child: 3. Does your child suffer from anxiety relating to their dyslexia?
Your Child: 4. Does your child try to avoid school because of their dyslexia?
Your Child: 5. Does your child become frustrated because of their dyslexia?
Your Child: 6. Does your child feel embarrassed because of their dyslexia?
Your Child: 7. Has your child every been bullied because of their dyslexia?
Your Child: 8. Does your child avoid talking about their dyslexia?
Your Child: 9. What more can you tell us about how dyslexia has affected your child emotionally?
Your answer
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