Giving Children an Optimal Start in Life
A learning expedition on how to most effectively raise children into happy adults

It’s everyone's desire to be happy, and to have happy children who are doing well throughout their life.
Why then are there so many frustrated and unhappy people, while a newborn has so much potential? We can give them an optimal start in life by providing the right environment and conditions. All of us, individuals as well as society, will benefit mentally and economically in the end. It’s our goal to provide clear guidelines for the child’s environment. Read more

More about the person behind this web site, why and how it started? Jenny Burm

Helping people with learning disabilities to develop their potential
Most people with a learning disability don’t cope well in the current education system, and have a low self-esteem. Therefore they are unhappy, frustrated and can’t reach their potential. Why not changing our view on learning disabilities? See them as different learning styles, and concentrate on a persons strength instate of their weaknesses. This would contribute to their happiness, self-image, and to their ability to reach their potential. You will find a different perspective on learning disabilities and insights in the consequences of being misunderstood. Read more

Understanding dyslexia and how to overcome the disadvantages of dyslexic
Often there is a negative feeling about having dyslexia; because we concentrate on the disadvantages. Why not turn the situation around and harvest the positive aspects of having dyslexia. This would prevent a lot of frustration to the dyslectic and his surrounding. Here, you will gain a positive view and more understanding on how the dyslectic function. All the content of dyslexia has moved to Happy Dyslexic 

Famous people with learning differences as great examples.
These famous people are great examples. Their stories can contribute to create more self-esteem, belief in one-self, pride and motivated everyone with a learning disability. All the content of famous people with dyslexia or a related learning disability has moved to Happy Dyslexic 


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