Anneline Rouhana


My name is Anneline Rouhana. I have a special interest in dyslexia as a Speech and Language Therapist. I’ve worked with dyslexia in Private practice A reading school And a workshop for children with dyslexia run by the Dyslexia Association of Ireland Anneline's first course for CATTS Courses is Dyslexia 101, which you can find here: https://cattscourses.com/courses/dyslexia-101/


Supporting Dyslexia at home
Expires After: Does not Expire

This course is a follow on to Dyslexia 101.

You need to have completed this course before proceeding to watch ‘Supporting Dyslexia at home’.

This course will cover four broad areas:

  1. How can we support the literacy skills of a child with dyslexia at home?
  2. How can we support homework and study?
  3. How can we boost the self-esteem of a child with dyslexia?
  4. How can we foster a home-school bridge?

This course has been formatted into consecutive micro lessons. This is to allow a parent to refer to any portion or heading as needed when you need it.

The individual video lessons cover:

Phonemic Awareness
Creative Writing
Homework support
Home Study
Boosting Self-Esteem
Advocating for themselves
Creating a home school bridge

Dyslexia 101
Expires After: Does not Expire

In Dyslexia 101, we’ll focus on the following four BIG questions:

  1. What is dyslexia?
  2. What causes dyslexia?
  3. How can we spot dyslexia?
  4. What can we do about dyslexia?

Dyslexia is the most common learning difficulty. It comprises around 80% of all learning difficulties.

Two follow-on video talks will soon be available to support you after viewing Dyslexia 101.
These are called:

  • How to support Dyslexia at Home
  • How to Support Dyslexia in the Classroom