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Dyslexic Children

Overcoming the Shame of My Learning Disability

KidsInTheHouse.com | Posted 05.05.2015 | Parents
KidsInTheHouse.com

I think it is important for parents to understand it is not only the learning disability that causes problems but also the anxiety and paralysis that compounds the learning disability. Acting defiant may be a way of protecting oneself from the fear of failure, and it is good if parents can recognize those signs in their children.

This Dyslexic-Friendly Font Could Help The 1 In 5 People Living With Condition

The Huffington Post | Robbie Couch | Posted 11.12.2014 | Impact

A few subtle tweaks to a letter's shape can make a world of difference to some readers. By creating a new typeface with slight but impactful change...

Tama Lane, Psy.D.: 6 Ways to Help Children Navigate the Social and Emotional Effects of Learning Disorders

Red Room | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Red Room

By Tama Lane, Psy.D. "Why can't my child simply do homework without arguing? He always complains and becomes stressed out. It is a constant battle...

Dyslexia: Our Children Deserve an Honest Chance!

Merel Bakker | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Merel Bakker

Reading, writing, happiness and self-confidence are all fundamental rights and skills that can be learned. We just have to understand how and make them accessible to those who need our help!

It's Called Dyslexia

Jamie Anne Richardson | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Jamie Anne Richardson

A diagnosis of dyslexia is not the end of the world. In fact it can be the beginning of a beautiful journey because as you learn to deal with the obstacles, you also discover the gifts that a dyslexic brain has that open doors to an amazing future.

How A Parents' Group Is Raising Awareness About Dyslexia

Kyle Redford | Posted 04.24.2013 | Parents
Kyle Redford

Parenting a school-aged child with dyslexia requires strategy, savvy and time. Frankly, not all of us possess these attributes in equal measure and the job often seems beyond our means and abilities. One group of parents in New Jersey decided to do something to address these issues.

Audio Books Find A Younger Audience, Help Kids With Dyslexia

Philadelphia Inquirer | David Patrick Stearns | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

The national Record-a-Thon, hosted by Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, marries a timeworn, labor-intensive practice - reading aloud for those who c...