Karen Murdarasi had no difficulty in reading. She was doing well at school. She remembered being called careless by her parents and teachers but she didn’t really pay attention to it.
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Sarah George had a nice conversation with Darius about her dyslexia journey and the advantages of sending your child to a specialist dyslexia school
Moira Thomson, MBE talked about accommodations. Is it really worth it to have young people have adjustments to the arrangements?
In this episode, we have Moira Thomson, who got an MBE from the Queen of England for her service to children and families with dyslexia for the last 50 years.
Sara made it her goal to look for research papers, distill it down and share it in digestible chunks to make it accessible to fellow teachers and parents.
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!
Want a few tips on planning with dyslexia? Here are my top 3 tips for helping children with dyslexia get things done. Find out more….
Today we are going to talk about the valuable connections the minds of dyslexic thinkers can make.