Sarah Kesty is a SPED Teacher and Executive Function coach. She teaches children with learning difficulties to manage their executive function skills.
In this episode, Dean Bragonier talks about his dyslexia story and his struggle for acceptance from himself and from society.
Dr. Susie Nyman is one of those teachers you’d want your children to have. She is very passionate about how students learn differently using multi-sensory learning.
Learn how Bambi Gardiner gave birth to the idea of Oaka Books, an award-winning book company that publishes interactive books for children with dyslexia.
Stephen Martin thought his dyslexia would just disappear after finishing school. He recently just realized what dyslexia really means when he talked to a dyslexia practitioner
In this episode, Harriet Kelsall shares her story of growing up with dyslexia and how she developed strategies to overcome it.
As with a lot of people, Dr. Fernette and Dr. Brock were first exposed to dyslexia when their first child showed signs of trouble at preschool…
In the interview we did with Rosie Bissett, of the Dyslexia Association of Ireland, Rosie mentioned they can accommodating remote dyslexia assessments.
This week on the Dyslexia Explored, we explore the story of Nigel Lockett, who, only recently, disclosed to the public his dyslexia.
We had a conversation with Dr. Warren where she shared how she developed medical issues that she says were probably stress and anxiety-related.