802 days ago

Decoding dyslexia for adults - understand and manage it

Did you know that these famous New Zealanders are dyslexic? The Mad Butcher, Richard Taylor from Weta Workshop and John Britten. Dyslexia can be diagnosed at any point on a line (continuum) between slightly to severe indications. It can show itself as a lifelong difficulty or frustration with learning.

The new programmes that we have invested in can assess adults and give them an indication of where they sit on that line. The programmes, along with personal tutoring or small group tuition, can assist adults to understand and manage their situation. Dyslexia is not something that is going to go away but they can learn strategies to manage it more efficiently in their lives.

Best of all this assistance is FREE. Phone 0800 77 88 26 to enquire or register.
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More messages from your neighbours
2 hours ago

Have you ever come across fake money?

Nicole Johnstone Reporter from Southland Times

Invercargill police are asking businesses to be on the lookout for counterfeit cash, following reports of fake bank notes being used. Have you ever come across fake money?

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2 hours ago

Is your phone emergency ready? 📢📲

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Only 10 days to go until the 2019 Emergency Mobile Alert nationwide test on 24 November!

EMAs allow you to quickly receive important information from relevant government agencies if there is a serious risk to your life, health or property. The upcoming test allows NZ Civil Defence to evaluate the system to ensure as many people as possible can receive alerts.

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3 hours ago

Beware of fake bank notes

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Invercargill police are asking businesses to be on the lookout for counterfeit cash, following reports of fake bank notes being used.

Police said if someone believed a person was trying to use a counterfeit note, to not accept it and notify Police. If you've already received a counterfeit note, put it in an envelope to avoid handling it further.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who has information about these counterfeit notes. Click here for information on how to spot them.

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