Learning to read

publication date: Oct 5, 2012
 | 
author/source: Julia Bairstow
|
 
volonteers reading

Learning to read
, as we know, is an essential life skill, which enables children to access education fully and to enter the adult world as confident and competent individuals.

Some factors involved in children learning including a healthy diet and access to books, obviously start in the home well before they reach school age and then continue throughout their formal education in partnership with the school.

Some significant factors for parents/carers to be aware of in terms of providing a healthy life style:
How to support a child to read, with particular reference to the struggling reader:
Igennus Healthcare Nutrition, who have recently developed Vegepa E-EPA, a highly fatty acid supplement, are currently supporting Volunteer Reading Help (VRH), one of the UK's leading literacy charities. Research into EPA has proved it is a unique type of omega 3 fatty acid, essential for moderating cognitive function and has been beneficial in the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), a condition which affects children's ability to learn. 

 
Previous | Next