Dec 27, 2020

Dyslexia Advice From My Heart

What I learned on our journey, what really worked for us and what I wish I knew back then so I would have done things differently.

Dec 27, 2020

HOW TO AVOID LEARNING LOSS DURING SUMMER

Summer is the time to relax and enjoy the sun. But it is also time to keep up the learning and even close the gaps where needed.

Dec 27, 2020

Deep Dive Into Self-Compassion with Jess Hopkins

We all have that little voice in our heads that says “you’re not ____ enough.” (not cool enough, smart enough, skinny enough!) It’s too easy to compare ourselves to what other people are doing and quickly get derailed with overwhelm. Self-compassion might just be the right tool for not only surviving but thriving emotionally in today’s academic world.

Dec 27, 2020

HOW RETAINED PRIMITIVES COULD AFFECT LEARNING DISABILITIES

About a year ago, both my children were tested for retained primitive reflexes and to my surprise, they both showed h...

Dec 27, 2020

An Interview on Special Education with Pamela Guest, Chief Editor at IEP Magazine

Pamela Guest is the Founder and Chief Editor at IEP Magazine. More importantly, she is one of us, a parent of a dyslexic. Her family and quality education are her passions. We did a deep dive into special education and struggles throughout her son's academic life. Thank you, Pam, for sharing your story with us.

Dec 27, 2020

Are My Parenting Strategies Frustrating My Dyslexic Child?

Parents want what is best for their children. Yet, sometimes our best intentions might stress our children. These are the three changes I made to my behavior as a mom of a dyslexic child and improved the happiness and success of my son.

Dec 27, 2020

5 MISTAKES PARENTS OF AN UNDIAGNOSED DYSLEXIC MAKE

Dyslexia is often invisible and hard to notice if the parents do not know what the symptoms are. 5 common mistakes parents make before their child is diagnosed. To avoid these, take action today!

Dec 27, 2020

As Parents Of A Dyslexic Child...

Things that only parent of dyslexic kids would understand.

Dec 27, 2020

SLEEP DEPRIVED DYSLEXIC

The negative effects of lack of sleep on cognitive skills and behavior are well documented. Lack of sleep reduces blood flow to the brain resulting in loss of attention, focus, physical and mental health. 

Nov 3, 2020

READING FLUENCY IN DYSLEXIC BRAIN: HIGH-INTEREST DECODABLE BOOKS

Learning a new skill requires repetition to automate it. Just more reading practice, however, is not enough for fluency. It has to be reading the right difficulty level of words.

Nov 3, 2020

NITTY GRITTY OF DYSLEXIA

What is dyslexia?

Nov 3, 2020

Five Steps to Boost a Young Dyslexic's Self-Confidence

Learning to read is important. But it is crucial to build self-esteem, especially for kids who struggle academically. Here are 5 steps to building self confidence in your struggling reader. 
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