What I offer
Screening in schools
Screening in the workplace
Different colour same success
Pitching Up To A#er Musical Experience
May 26, 2019
National Teacher’s Day - 9th May
May 15, 2018
Nothing is lost by checking it out!
March 2, 2018
Lights, Camera, Action! Ahhhhhhhh......
December 15, 2017
Whoahh your face isn't flat!
November 16, 2017
Testing Lenses Take Test Drive!
November 8, 2017
A Distorted View on Driving
My Dilemma.. Mental Health or Irlen Syndrome?
October 11, 2017
"Look At That View Dear"
June 2, 2017
Put your rose-coloured(or blue or purple glasses on).... and read on!
May 1, 2017
November 24, 2016
Dear Juanetta and Jean,
My boy Thomas was loving and kindbut I could never tell what was on his mindFor six years I tried to get throughBut never got more than a glimpse or two
Of the boy I knew he was
Those lovely blue eyes wouldn't lookat me, or the sky, or a bookWords came out muddled, if at allI couldn't break down the wallto reach the boy I knew he was
I was lost in worry and despairDid he even know I was there?I just wanted to help himSupport him, protect himFind the boy I knew he was
Then along came Juanetta and Jeanits Irlen Syndrome! They sounded so keenI was not sure; I felt waryCould you really actually help me?Help the boy I knew he was
The lenses arrived, we waitedto see his reaction, breath bated'That's better' he said with a smilewith a confidence not seen in a long whileThomas have I found you at last?
'I can do buttons Mummy' he criedHe never could before no matter how hard he tried'I have the magic' he sungAs on every success I hungSeeing more of the boy I know
Days of successes turned to weeksthe tears running down my cheeksHe can read, he can dressGone are the days of distressThomas is here! The boy I know!
His speech is not there yetMaybe that's something we won't getThen clear as day 'I love you' comes outHe's not sure what all the fuss is aboutAs I cry joyously for the boy I know
His imagination is on fireHe's become a completely live wirebursting with ideas to have funNo longer hindered by the sunWow! He's amazing, this boy I know
One year on and stillThe miracles appear at willHe's passed his math's testHis handwriting is the bestHe so enjoys being the boy I know
Juanetta and Jean I can never repay youFor what you have done and still doWe owe you so muchI wrote this poem as suchTo thank you for giving me my boy
By Elloise Scott
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