Work around your learning challenges

I’ve already written about Technology and added some information about Epic but the site 1in5.learningally.org has some more great tech for helping people with Dylexia. Assistive Technology is any device or system that allows you to work around your learning challenges. You can use computers, tablets, software and apps to help do your schoolwork, gainContinue reading “Work around your learning challenges”

Request an Informational Display in your School or Library!

Many libraries and schools are happy to provide space for a informational or bulletin board displays. Ask your school or library to display flyers, handouts, reading & audio material on dyslexia. Click below for more info! Libraries Display Dyslexia! | Decoding Dyslexia Oregon

Dyslexia Is Not a Bad Word

“Dyslexia means a specific learning disability that is neurobiological in origin.” Dyslexia Is Not a Bad Word, Advocates Say. Schools Should Use It I never realized just how complicated dyslexia was until my son showed signs of it. I’m lucky because I have the financial means of helping my son get private tutoring but thereContinue reading “Dyslexia Is Not a Bad Word”

Dyslexia Awareness Month

I’m not at all shy about telling people that my son is dyslexic. Reading comes naturally for me. I was an english major in college and write fiction on the side. How ironic is it that my son has trouble reading? He was diagnosed early in kindergarten and is thriving with the help of aContinue reading “Dyslexia Awareness Month”