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Amazing Jewell Loyd Wins WNBA Rookie of the Year!

Woo hoo! Dyslexic Advantage International Ambassador Jewell Loyd has won this year’s prestigious WNBA Rookie of the Year!

At just 21 years old, Jewell has led all WNBA rookies in scoring and free-throw percentages of greater than 90%!

Jewell beat NY rookie Kiah Stokes by 5 votes!

Dyslexic Advantage was thrilled to be mentioned by Sports Illustrated and the […]

[Premium] Dyslexia and Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Gareth Cook

How does a dyslexic writer become a Pulitzer Prize winning writer? Brock and I recently had the chance to talk with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Gareth Cook, writer and editor for the New York Times best-selling series Best American Infographics, as well as leading articles in the Boston Globe (Ideas section), New York Times Magazine, […]
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Dyslexia in One Minute – Back to School

We will never really understand dyslexia unless we consider its strengths.

It’s Back to School and for many teachers, it could be the first time they realize they have a student with dyslexia in their class. Don’t forget the Big Picture of Dyslexia and share information with your teachers. Unreasonable expectations are major cause of stress, frustration, […]

Dyslexia Accommodations | First Days of School – What to Say [Premium]

At the start of every term, students all over the world have to get  ready for the spiel they need to say to their teachers in order to get accommodations in place. It seems especially tough to expect elementary school students to do the talking, but if a parent or friend help coaches, it can be  a positive experience […]
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Dyslexia | What Are the Super-Powers of Successful Dyslexic Entrepreneurs ?

What are the secrets of success for dyslexic business and non-profit leaders?

“I built up a great team of people around me. One of the major strengths if I look back was my ability to pick great people, to work with them and to create a wonderful environment where everyone wanted to succeed together.”

From this […]

Dyslexia Stories from Amazing Silicon Valley Tech Investor David Hornik

MUST Watch dyslexia stories from brilliant storyteller and Top Silicon Valley VC David Hornik (give this man a talk show) shares his personal story of being dyslexic, ‘ungifted’, wending his way through Stanford creating his major, surviving an early law job to read everything that had ever been legally about Ticketmaster, to a triumph using […]

Dyslexia in the High Tech Workforce

“Dyslexia is probably pretty common in tech companies.” – Dr. Fernette Eide, Co-Founder, Dyslexic Advantage

After interviewing dyslexic executives, software engineers, designers from the leading cutting-edge technology companies in the world, I am convinced that dyslexia and innovation go hand-in-hand and that corporations whose business it is creating what the future will be need to learn how […]