Posts Tagged "dyslexia"


Our Spring 2014 Dyslexia Scholarship

Announcing the Spring 2014 winner of our $1000 scholarship: Melissa Shoff. Congratulations, Melissa, and thank you for sharing your experiences of overcoming dyslexia!
This season, stud…

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How to Get Your Dyslexic Child to Love Reading

Let’s face it. Dyslexia makes reading tough on kids, parents, and teachers, and a lot of us don’t know what to do. There’s plenty of dyslexia reading strategies and resources out …

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What Dyslexia is Not

Whenever a child has difficulty in school, this is one of the first things that crosses a parent’s mind: is there something wrong with my child’s intelligence? Is there a medical pr…

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Celebrate Dyslexia or Seek Dyslexia Treatment?

While we would always recommend treatment for dyslexia when it is indicated, there is a positive side of dyslexia. To overcome the day-to-day challenges that a dyslexic has, other areas…

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Changing Theories on the Cause of Dyslexia

Since learning how to read was reserved only for the elite for many centuries, the study of dyslexia is relatively new. Without tens of thousands of people reading up until the 1900s, t…

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How do We Treat the Causes of Dyslexia?

Experts estimate that up to one out of every five children in the population has dyslexia. If you’re in your 40s or 50s, you may be wondering why dyslexia was so uncommon when you wer…

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