Author Archives: Editor

26 Aug
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CBS Sunday Morning

Cracking the Code of DyslexiaYale University Dr. Sally Shaywitz defined dyslexia as “an unexpected difficulty in reading in an individual who has the intelligence to read at a much higher level.” Click on the link and read the story.CBSnews.com

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13 Aug
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Tips for Avoiding These Four School-Year Disasters

Another three months of relaxation, great weather, and quality time with friends and family is coming to an end. A new school year is almost in full swing, along with all of the responsibilities and duties that come with it. ...

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John Hike - Nike Chief Designer
06 Aug
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IDA Pinnacle Award

The Pinnacle Award was created to recognize an individual who has faced reading challenges, has made significant achievements in his or her field, is leading a successful life, and is a role model for others with learning differences. John Hoke ...

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23 Oct
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How to Prepare When You’re Expecting a Baby with a Disability

How to Prepare When You’re Expecting a Baby with a Disability Bringing a new life into the world is one of the most challenging and rewarding journeys you will ever travel. Most parents feel both frightened and exhilarated about having ...

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04 Oct
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Hard Words: Why Aren’t Our Kids Being Taught to Read?

Recently, American Public Media (APM) released the documentary, “Hard Words: Why Aren’t Our Kids Being Taught to Read?” APM Correspondent, Emily Hanford, began her reporting on this topic back in 2017 with a documentary about why so many students with dyslexia have ...

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18 Sep
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6 Ways Music Can Improve Child Literacy

6 Ways Music Can Improve Child Literacy It may sound surprising, but music and literacy go hand-in-hand. Research has shown that music can have a profound effect on psychological and mental health. It can calm you down and help you ...

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08 Aug
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5 Tips for Parents with Children with a Disability

5 Tips on How to Prepare for Parenthood When You Have a Disability by Ashley Taylor Parenthood is a huge milestone that is both nerve-wracking and exciting. It’s made even harder when you’re suffering from a disability. There’s a lot ...

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12 Oct
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How American Schools are Failing Kids

Hard to Read How American schools fail kids with dyslexia There are proven ways to help people with dyslexia learn to read, and a federal law that’s supposed to ensure schools provide kids with help. But across the country, public ...

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12 Oct
0

Hilliard Families want Services

Some Hilliard families say their school district hasn’t been doing enough to identify and help children who struggle with reading disabilities, as federal law requires. Read more of the Columbus Dispatch Story on Dyslexia. Hilliard families want schools to do ...

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01 Oct
0

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

It’s Dyslexia Awareness Month. Will you help us spread the word? Wondering what else you can do to support children and adults with dyslexia? More on what you can do.

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