Our BlogPosts geared for parents and teachers, written by our staff
Originally Published December 11th, 2020 – Are you a parent or teacher, wrought by the battles of adapting to this new era of remote learning? This one’s for you…
Originally Published December 3rd, 2020 – What do you do if you suspect that your child may have Dyslexia? What even is an IEP?
Originally Published November 19th, 2020 – Advocating for your struggling reader can be considered to be an important step to getting the aid they need!
Originally Published November 12th, 2020 – Your child has just been diagnosed with Dyslexia. Where do you even start?
Originally Published July 16th, 2019 – A tale of two students, and the case of “The Matthew Effect”.
Originally Published May 2nd, 2019 – Have you ever wondered how a business owner and dyslexia specialist spends her day? Of course, you haven’t!
Originally Published April 18th, 2019 – Oh, my teacher friends, are you still mandated to teach those ridiculous spelling programs in your class?
Originally Published April 3rd, 2019 – Reading teachers, specialists, and tutors… this one’s for you! Being able to teach just isn’t enough to help a dyslexic child…
As a parent, YOU can help develop your child’s vast reading potential at home – without any special degrees or training!
Are you or your child struggling in school? Are you a teacher and have that one student that works way harder than the rest? – Do you think it could be Dyslexia?
There’s a lot to unpack when comparing different specialized learning programs – today we’ll compare the “Barton Reading & Spelling System” to “All About Reading/Spelling”.
Instructing a struggling reader is a completely different animal than conventional teaching – it’s heartbreaking to watch children struggle under learning methods unsuitable for them.
Navigating the world of information on Dyslexia can be overwhelming – what even is an “Orton-Gillingham Certified” tutor, anyways?
Retention is a word that strikes fear and panic in a parent’s heart – and you might have received a letter from your child’s school telling you that they are a candidate for retention at the end of the school year. What does that mean?