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The Wisdom of Pooh and Dyslexia

“You are braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” – A.A. Milne

Winnie the Pooh’s advice is smarter than we may think when it comes to encouraging young readers. What’s better than reading intervention and working memory training?  Reading intervention and working memory + education about intelligence.

If students […]

College and Grad Students with Dyslexia – Columbia Research – Help Liz!

 

Are you a current college or graduate with dyslexia?  If so, Elizabeth Geiger, a PhD candidate in Counseling Psychology at Columbia University Teachers College would like you to take her survey. She’s trying to identify and improve the status quo for students who learn differently in higher education.

Requirements: at least 18 years old, US […]

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Eye to Eye Summer Camp in New York – Dyslexia LD ADHD

 What’s a great mentoring summer camp for students with dyslexia, LD, and ADHD?  Camp Eye to Eye.

I had a nice chance to chat with Micah Goldfus about Camp Eye to Eye in beautiful Rockland County, New York.

Check what Camp Eye to Eye has to offer in the video below.

 

How Harry Potter Taught Me to Read and Now I’m a Writer

“When I was 12 my older sister had recently discovered Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling. She started to read it to me once a day, however, the story was so gripping that once a day was just not enough for me. The exciting and alluring nature of Rowling’s writing drove me to pick up a […]

Adults with Dyslexia – University of Washington Seattle Paid Research Now

Can you help a Dyslexia Research Team at the University of Washington Seattle?

Dr Maria Mittag from the UW is recruiting for right-handed dyslexic adults 18-45 years old with no history of metal in their body (e.g. from welding, military, etc) for an up to 3-visit research study looking at how dyslexic people integrate sight […]

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Dyslexia and Accommodations – ADA Guidelines for School and Work

The US Department of Justice just released final regulations regarding the implementation of the American for Disabilities Act. “These rules clarify and refine issues that have arisen over the past 20 years and contain new and updated requirements.” Direct link to the gov ADA update is HERE.

The regulations should be shared with ALL schools […]

Dyslexia and Computer Programmers

“Many programmers, including some of the brightest and best, are dyslexic…”  Mike James, programmer extraordinaire, author of over 50 books, PhD MS – still admits to feeling embarrassed about his dyslexia.

In our practice, it seems as if we’ve found a high incidence of dyslexia or dyslexia traits among parents, and within this cluster, an […]