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[PREMIUM] Never Give Up

“Throw your soldiers into positions whence there is no escape, and they will prefer death to flight. If they will face death, there is nothing they may not achieve. Officers and men alike will put forth their uttermost strength.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War   Ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu recognized that […]
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Sabrina Brazzo Dyslexic Ballerina Dancer

Sabrina Brazzo, former Principal Dancer at La Scala has put her experiences with dyslexia on the stage in Milan in a show entitled, My Life as an Artist – Stories of Ordinary and Extraordinary Dyslexia.

In the show, the audience hears her parents hearing their worries that their toddler isn’t talking, she doesn’t follow […]

[PREMIUM] The Mislabeled Dyslexic Student

“In the course of the 11 years of the family genetics project, many parents whose children had superior or very superior verbal reasoning shared with the research team how difficult it was to convince educators that their child had a learning disability. Frequently they reported being told that their child was bright and the problem […]
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Visual Motion Perception and Dyslexia

From Jason Yeatman’s laboratory at the University of Washington comes a deeper understanding of the visual challenges associated with dyslexia. Full report HERE.

“It is well established that visual sensitivity to motion is correlated with reading skills. Yet, the causal relationship between motion sensitivity and reading skills has been debated for more than thirty years…Here […]

[PREMIUM] Dyspraxia and Independence

Dyspraxia (DCD) has its impact in childhood, but recently researchers have been looking more into the challenges that young adults face in higher education, general life skills, and the workplace. Dr. Amanda Kirby, who we interviewed in the last issue, did her thesis work in the area of 16-25 year olds with dyspraxia. Based on […]
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