I think about hanging up my advocate hat a lot because sometimes it just isn’t healthy for me. There are moments when I think we are making progress with dyslexia awareness and then there are days when I feel like I was hit by a truckload of indescribable frustration. Today, one of my clients was sent this picture as an example of how they will help her dyslexic son. This is from a large district that knows better. So, let’s take these ‘strategies’ one at a time. Continue reading
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The Ten Best Things to Happen to the Dyslexia Community in 2014
1. The Decoding Dyslexia movement grew to 49 states and a Canadian province. DD was number one my list in 2013 and they remain there because they continue to be the driving force behind public awareness and local dyslexia activism. They have accomplished more in three years than any other organization. Find them here: http://www.decodingdyslexia.net/.
On Tuesday, October 28th, 2014, we sat down with Lyn Pollard from the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) to find out more about what services they offer and to find out more about the new Understood.org initiative. Listen to the podcast from Blog Talk Radio below and learn how the NCLD can help support you and your family as you journey through the world of Dyslexia.
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Dyslexia Talk Fall Schedule
Join Dr. Kelli Sandman-Hurley and Tracy Block-Zaretsky of the Dyslexia Training Institute on Blog Talk Radio for Dyslexia Talk this fall. Below is the upcoming schedule and guest list. We hope you will be able to join us!