Working as a learning support specialist, Steve noticed that some schools see assistive technology as a panacea and ignore the emotional side of the problem.
In this episode of the Dyslexia Explored, we learn how Evie, a 12-year-old child with dyslexia, got her self-written story chosen as top 5 of 1,300 entries submitted.
How you can fail an easier multiple-choice medical exam and get 98% in a harder diagnostic exam!
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Today we are going to talk about the valuable connections the minds of dyslexic thinkers can make.
Let’s talk about how toys aren’t just toys in the hands of children with strong 3D minds. Sometimes teachers can overlook this and see it as just another crazy experiment.