The Dyslexia Project

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Dyslexia and Bullying

Bullying by children has been outlawed in our schools. There are all sorts of programs to make certain that students recognize the damage such unkind behavior can cause. Dyslexia and Bullying can be an...

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Dyslexia Advocate Moms

I am a baseball mom.(And a dyslexia advocate mom!) My son—who has dyslexia—has found great success on the baseball field, and I have supported him from the stands for years. During all that time,...

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When Reading Hurts

A Mother Learns to Decode Dyslexia with the Help of Her Son and Other Experts My earliest school memory is from Starr King Elementary in Long Beach, California, when the classroom teacher and school librarian...

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Dyslexia Role Model John Rodrigues

When John Rodrigues speaks, people listen. Author/artist/teacher/world traveler/all-around nice guy and dyslexia role model John Rodrigues visited Santa Barbara in March, 2015 to share his story about focusing on his strengths and flourishing with...

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The Dyslexia Project

 The Dyslexia Project provides awareness, resources and support for the 1 in 5 with dyslexia in Santa Barbara and beyond. Founded in 2011, The Dyslexia Project has accomplished much in its short history with...

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Famous people with Dyslexia

Research proves that 1 in 5 people have dyslexia so it’s not surprising that there are so many best famous people with dyslexia. But what’s so interesting about that 20 percent of the population...

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The Story of DyslexiaLand

DyslexiaLand is not just an imaginary place. I am a writer and the mother of a 17-year-old son with dyslexia. Since he started Kindergarten, I have spent uncountable hours, days, weeks, months, yes, years,...

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Dyslexia, Trouble with Words

Read, Dread.  Or is it Reed/Dred? At the core of dyslexia is trouble with words. How well would you do in the classroom—where reading is everything—if you couldn’t figure out the sounds that letters...

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Dyslexia Awareness Month

October was Dyslexia Awareness Month — and as these types of months go, it was a resounding success because so much happened at the local, state, and federal level — to improve the lives...