A dyslexia story involving a kindergartener…
Four things to remember…
–It’s not your fault.
–You’re not a bad parent
–It has nothing to do with intelligence.
–You are right to be concerned.
Read her story of how she shared Dyslexia information with a fellow parent. The responses the parent she talks to give her are common ones. Our story is a little different because we knew what we were looking for due to a family history of dyslexia…if you want to know what a typical parent might see and say about their struggling reader, definitely read the article!
Dyslexia Awareness Month in October seeks to raise awareness and share the tools to increase better reading skills. Around the world, those who have been diagnosed with the condition will find new resources and approaches to reading. Throughout Dyslexia Awareness Month, events and seminars will provide opportunities for educators and families to access the many benefits available to them.