The Dyslexia Project

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LIFE and Dyslexia

My mother-in-law knew something about LIFE and dyslexia. Way back during the Depression, when it was rather unusual for a woman to go to pursue higher education, Helen earned her degree at Rhode Island...

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California Legislature Assembly Resolution

California Legislature Assembly Resolution By the Honorable Das Williams 37th Assembly District, Relative to commending Cheri Rae Whereas, During a hearing on October 7, 2014, the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors will recognize...

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Famous People with Dyslexia

Famous People with Dyslexia: A Partial List of Accomplished, Creative, Innovative, Smart, Strong, Brave People who have Changed the World Because they Think Outside the Box Actors and Entertainers. Jennifer Aniston. Cher. Jewel. Usher....

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Signs of Dyslexia in Children

There are many signs of dyslexia, but most people don’t actually recognize them. And with 1 in 5 individuals affected by dyslexia, plenty more people need to know how to recognize the idicators. If...

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The Offensive Dyslexia T Shirt

What do you do when you spot an offensive dyslexia T shirt? A friend and colleague just sent me an urgent e-mail with the subject line, “Can you do something about this?” I opened...

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Dyslexia Stress at Home

Dealing with dyslexia stress at home can pose some unique challenges for families. The additional stress is not something many of us talk about, but we do need to acknowledge and manage. How many...

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Dyslexia and Special Education

Let’s get this out of the way first: It is my opinion that students with dyslexia do not belong in special education—if they are taught properly how to read, and their learning differences accommodated...

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Cheri Rae Dyslexia Advocate, Journalist, Mom

Cheri Rae, dyslexia advocate, journalist, mom, founded the Dyslexia Project in 2011 to help parents learn how to help their children with dyslexia. She has worked successfully with the Santa Barbara Unified School District...

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Testing for Dyslexia

When it comes to testing for dyslexia, it’s important to listen to our children and hear when they say, “Enough is enough!” In my own son’s case, this is how he termed it: “I...