Kudos to amazing young dyslexic entrepreneur Max Ash who came up with an idea of sports-themed cups and bowls that could be created with the help of a 3D printer when he was just 8 years old. By the time he was the grand old age of 11 years, he had already won a Babson […]
“Dyslexic people process visual information differently than most people, so instead of starting with letters or sounds, I looked at sentences or even paragraphs as a whole, and then broke them down into parts. That process – starting with the big picture and breaking things down – worked much better than the “normal” word-by-word, […]
We are proud to announce the 2016 Winners of the Karina Eide Young Writer Awards!
Please Read, Like, and Share! The judges told us that had an extremely difficult time making their decisions this year because the quality of writing was so high. They also chose to recognize additional students for their distinctive voice and […]
Olympic Mens Ski Head Coach Sasha Rearick is responsible for coaching the entire US Men’s Alpine Team, including downhill, giant slalom, slalom, and super g, and yes, he’s dyslexic.
Rearick coached his college’s downhill ski team in his junior and senior year before earning an internship at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. […]
“We require people with a unique mind, so only dyslexics (like Steve) should apply.” – the Garage (advertising firm founded by former creative director for the world famous Saatchi and Saatchi), Chris Arnold.
From The Guardian, “Arnold said he does not care if the ad is seen as a discriminatory against non-dyslexics. “If you wanted […]