Dyslexia and Comedy with Liz Miele – Wonderfully funny and gutsy comedienne Liz Miele talks to Dyslexic Advantage about being dyslexic, its advantages, and advice for parents.
“Writing was such a huge part of my life, I didn’t know how to put it out there because I was scared to…so when I discovered stand-up, it was […]
“Being someone that has the dyslexia point-of-view, you’re not taking the normal highway, you’re taking the back roads. You tend to see a lot more and learn a lot more taking the back roads.” – Will Mayo, CEO of Spoken Layer
Dyslexic Advantage had a great opportunity to meet Will Mayo at our Conference on Dyslexia […]
From Slow to the Interstellar Frontier. Unable to read until the age of 12, today Dr David McComas is the innovative principal investigator for the IBEX (Interstellar Boundary Explorer) mission, a program that repeatedly shocked the scientific community by overturning theories in space energy and understanding of sun-earth-galaxy interactions. Dr. McComas is also a […]
Amazing visual perceptual art work from Trevor and Ryan Oakes, two extremely talented New York Artists who are profoundly dyslexic. Their work hangs in many art museums and has been called “one of the most original breakthroughs in the rendering of visual space since the Renaissance.”
“In the old days, the dyslexic boys had taken […]
Co-Founder of Stanford’s Design School and creativity company IDEO, David Kelley talks about his mission to encourage people in creative confidence. When visited Stanford, we had the privilege of talking with David who told us about his lifelong struggles with reading and writing and how many students in the arts and design seem to […]