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Dyslexia-advocate moms often hit it out of the park, stepping up to the plate for the 1 in 5 with dyslexia. 0

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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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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The Perfect Plate

It was a Mother’s Day gift, carefully drawn and lovingly presented by my little boy. It was not easy for him to draw or write: he was always much more comfortable racing around on...

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Dyslexia One in Five

One in Five. That’s how common dyslexia is, according to all the latest research. The formidable organization, Learning Ally (formerly known as Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic) has a wonderful new campaign called...

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Successful with Dyslexia

At the beginning, many students and their parents can’t imagine being successful with dyslexia. Reading was such a pleasure when my son was just a little boy, back in the days when I read...

Filmmaker Harvey Hubbell's "Dislecksia: The Movie" engages the mind and touches the heart. 0

DISLECKSIA THE MOVIE

Dislecksia The Movie is a must-see for anyone concerned with the issue of dyslexia or just wants to learn more about the subject. The Dyslexia Project was pleased to show the movie in our...

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Early Signs of Dyslexia: What to Look For

For years I have kicked myself, after looking back and realizing that there were many signs that indicated my child’s dyslexia—if I had only known what to look for. Tying his shoes was so...