Steve McCue stopped going to school at age 14 because he did not think he had the academic ability. He worked different jobs and performed in festivals as a musician but at age 35 he went back to school and got identified with dyslexia. He was given a computer to work with and that helped him a lot. However, assistive technologies were pretty basic at that time and some even caused roadblocks for him. Now he is working with different kids who are struggling as a learning support specialist, he noticed that some schools see assistive technology as a panacea and neglects the emotional side of the problem.
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BulletMap Academy is the only online dyslexia study skills club in the world. We help parents get their kids high school ready; fusing innovative e-learning with 1-to-1 coaching, a motivational community, and seal the deal with the rewards and recognition dyslexic kids deserve.
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