Tag Archives: Dyslexia

Researching Advocacy – You Can Help

At this time of the year, it is important to give thanks for those who have helped us on our journey as parents, and as educators working with students experiencing dyslexia and related learning differences. A Boston University student, Celeste … Continue reading

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When my son was little, he learned computer skills as part of the literacy equation in his preschool. The kids learned how to turn on a P.C., as well as how to make sure the screen was turned off before … Continue reading

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Dyslexia with a Grain of Caution

Has anyone caught up with the latest on Jennifer Aniston: Did you hear this revelation? Jennifer Aniston Reveals Struggles With Dyslexia, Anger; Shrugs Off Oscar Snub If so, please know that┬ádyslexia isn’t about eyesight, or colored glasses, as described by … Continue reading

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