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Top Five Tips For Communicating With Families of Children With Dyslexia

The Top Five Tips For Communicating With Families of Children With DyslexiaImagine you are a parent who has a meeting with her child’s teacher. Arriving at the school, she arrives in the office five minutes early for the appointment. The secretary…
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5 Success Tips for Dyslexia Advocacy

5 Success Tips for Dyslexia AdvocacyI am so thrilled to have Amy share tips for dyslexia advocacy with you today. Thank you so much Amy, from Mamabearmoms.com for sharing your expertise! If you have a struggling reader, you may be…
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Seven Things Parents Would Like Their Child's Pediatrician To Know About Dyslexia

Seven Things Parents Wish Their Child's Pediatrician Knew About DyslexiaYou trust your pediatrician with your child and for most things, they are the best resource. They can tell you if your child is growing well, if their diet is healthy,…

SMART, NOT DUMB: Growing Up With Dyslexia

I work with children who have dyslexia using the Orton-Gillingham approach, but it isn't very often that I get a chance to interview dyslexic adults about their own journey and challenges. I've met people over the years who are steeped in studying…
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5 Steps You Should Take to Help Your Dyslexic Child Thrive

(This post contains affiliate links.)  Hello everyone! As a teacher working with children with dyslexia, I grow a special bond with each child I work with as the years pass. It's a unique relationship when you use the Orton-Gillingham…
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Five Classroom Practices Your Dyslexic Kids Don't Need

Hi everyone! I meant to publish this post last month, but things with my four little ones always get pushed back a bit. If you have started out a new school year, waiting for services or new accomodations for your dyslexic child, then it can…