The Dyslexia Project

Dyslexia Art Gallery

Dyslexia art. Yes, Dyslexia art! There’s a flip side to dyslexia, one of great accomplishment and creativity, as evidenced by the astonishing numbers of entrepreneurs and entertainers, inventors and innovators, artists and achievers in...

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Dyslexia and California Law Then and Now

Dyslexia and California law has some history that may not be well known to many. In October 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed the dyslexia bill, Assembly Bill 1369 into law. It was a...

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Dyslexia Role Model Bella Thorne

Whenever I visit a classroom to speak about dyslexia for our school district’s (dis)Ability Awareness Days, I ask the 3rd and 4th graders, “Who has ever heard about dyslexia?” Virtually every hand zooms up...

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Cheri Rae Launches The Dyslexia Project

Cheri Rae Launches The Dyslexia Project: Activist, Schools Battle Dyslexia By Elise Clements, Daily Sound Staff Writer Article in The Daily Sound December 1, 2011 Driven to help those with dyslexia: After fighting for...

Standardized testing is often stressful for students with dyslexia. (courtesy NPR.org) 0

Standardized Testing and Dyslexic Students

This is about the time of year when school districts across the country administer standardized testing. From my point of view, standardized testing and dyslexic students don’t mix too well. At least in the...

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Reading and Dyslexia

Reading and dyslexia, like cats and dogs, have what you could say, an uneasy relationship. “Mom, if that story is so great, why is it stuck in a book?” Doesn’t get much more direct...

The research is in: Dyslexia is real, 0

No Doubt about Recent Dyslexia Laws

A major reason why Dyslexia laws are often difficult to to establish (and later enforce) is because a vocal minority of educators doubt the existence of dyslexia. A hundred years of scientific research and...

It's surprising to most people that dyslexia affects 1 in 5. 0

Dyslexia Resources Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara has many dyslexia resources—from highly trained educational therapists to well-qualified educators to organizations that have been well-established in our community. This list has been compiled to help parents do their own research...

Working together in DyslexiaLand means collaboration, not confrontation, and always reaching out. 0

Dyslexia A Public Health Issue

Forward-thinking health care providers are recognizing dyslexia as a public health issue. They understand that reading struggles in school have serious individual consequences that affect the community as well. Consequences include including mental health...