Enable recite me accessibility tool
Our Vision is a World Where Dyslexic Individuals are Known for their Strengths

DYSLEXIC WRITER: Lisa Wood Shapiro

“I’M GOING TO tell you a secret. It’s something almost no one in my professional life knows. I’m dyslexic.”
Lisa Wood Shapiro is a prolific writer and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker who recently opened her latest article in Wired with her dyslexia ‘confession’!

“Given that knowledge, my chosen career—writer—might seem odd. But while I was cursed with […]

COMICS AND DYSLEXIA: A Curious Connection…

What is it about comics? So many kids and adults over the years have told us how important comics are to their reading. In fact, they have so much of importance to say, that we’ll let them explain…
IT TRAINS YOUR BRAIN
From dyslexic author Jay Stringer:

“This is something that comics can do better than any […]

[PREMIUM] How Do Math-Talented Dyslexics Do Calculations?

Despite the suggestion that dyslexic students who are strong in math use a different approach for doing basic mathematical operations, it’s surprising how little formal research has been done to figure out how math-gifted dyslexic individuals do what they do.

At Georgetown University, neuroscience researchers were surprised to find

HOW THEY DO IT! University Students with Dyslexia

Fortunately, there’s been growing interest from educational and scientific researchers for understanding how people can compensate for some of the academic challenges of dyslexia.

POSITIVE FACTORS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA
A recent study by Drs. Rebecca Wiseheart and Lori Altmann (Int J Lang Comm Dis 2017) had a nice review of compensating factors as well […]

[PREMIUM] Non-Linear: The Path to Life Success

From our experience, nonlinear development is more often a rule than an exception when it comes to dyslexic kids growing up. As a result, parents, teachers, tutors, and guidance counselors should avoid making predictions about ‘tracks’ that students should be on (or potential) because it’s likely that they’ll be wrong. In Margaret Rawson’s remarkable Dyslexia […]
To access this post, you must purchase Premium Membership or Premium Membership Institutional - 1 year.