ARTICLES AND TIPS
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The video below showcases childhood experiences of famous dyslexics!
The Gift of Dyslexia
The identification of a child with dyslexia is a difficult process, but this article shines light on how parents and teachers can learn more about supporting the child's learning.
Dyslexia and the Brain: What Does Current Research Tell Us?
As a mom of two kids with dyslexia (and other learning differences)—and as a person with dyslexia myself—there’s a lot I’ve learned over the years.
7 Things I Wish People Knew About Parenting Kids With Dyslexia
In order to be successful, students must understand what proficient readers do before, during and after reading. These skills can be learned over time.
After being diagnosed with dyslexia as an adult, author Kelly Chester says that people need to be proud of their differences and never be ashamed of them!
Encouraging Others to Celebrate Their Disabilities
LinkedIn’s decision to recognize the term “Dyslexic Thinking” is a major step towards helping people feel proud of their neurodiversity.
See you next week with more tips and resources for at home or in your classroom!