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Got Science: Dyslexia and Dysgraphia ARE Different and Why SLD Should RIP

From the University of Washington: “Structural brain differences between children with dyslexia and dysgraphia and children who are typical language learners have been observed…Researchers say the findings prove that using a single category of learning disability to qualify for special education services is not scientifically supported.”

In a recent misplaced effort by the American Psychiatric […]

Dyslexia and Kids in the House CEO Leana Greene

“As a kid, I sold the most scout cookies every year…” – serial entrepreneur and producer Leana Green

GREAT visit today with dyslexic mompreneur Kids in the House CEO Leana Greene. Leana is an amazing serial entrepreneur and creator of the world’s largest parenting library of videos.

Leana has been heralded as a business rockstar for starting her […]

Leonardo Da Vinci and Evidence for His Dyslexia [Premium]

“As a researcher, working over two decades with hundreds of children and adults with dyslexia, I’m convinced that Leonard Da Vinci was dyslexic.” – Dr Maryann Wolf, author Proust and the Squid Check out this brief excerpt from the Smithsonian’s program  on Leonardo Da Vinci. Although theories abound, Dr. Wolf, one of the world’s leading experts […]
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Dyslexia and Beautiful Consenses – The Incredible Connectedness of Sally Taylor

Amazing artist, philosopher, musician Sally Taylor share her dyslexia story and her creation of a new way of communication, art-making, and perception. Sally’s brainchild is Consenses, a global collaboration of 140 artists around the world (all of the MIND strengths!).

We’re thrilled that Sally and her husband Dean Bragonier of NoticeAbility will be coming to our […]

Dyslexic Differences in Brain Connectivity [Premium]

Recently there have been a flurry of papers in the popular press based on a research study that undertook a whole brain analysis of connectivity in the brains of dyslexic children and adults and non-dyslexic subjects as a control. Whole brain studies are of course important because they don’t narrow the study at the outset […]
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