This learning style preference the written word. A well-structured written handout with lots of information and description could benefit their learning. Ask them to bring a pen with them to lessons and make a list of key points to help with sequencing. set them research tasks to help with development and suggest they seek as much detail and information as possible from multiple sources.
For theory, you might find they make lots of notes and bullet points, ask them to bring any interesting or relevant learning points with them for practical examples. Give them time to make more notes if you are explaining any aspect that they are struggling to understand.
Reflective logs are a great way for them to process their thoughts and feelings around their learning, so allow them time to make notes and help them to structure events and sequence them in the correct order, so that they can apply them to lessons and private practise. They might observe that they ‘get the message’ or that ‘they read you’.