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Our Vision is a World Where Dyslexic Individuals are Known for their Strengths

“For me, dyslexia is a gift because you see things differently.” – UK Dragon Managing Director Debbie Edgar

Debbie Edgar is Managing Director of a multi-million dollar energy consultancy company, Dragon.

“I was diagnosed when I was 15. It was a new thing and schools were only just learning about it. Up until then teachers just thought you were a bit thick. I think I’m quite lucky in that I had a father […]

A Dyslexic Author’s Tips for Writing for Kids: Tom McLaughlin

“Spelling isn’t important. It really isn’t, people get hung up on it. Being able to spell has nothing to do with being a good writer. Being able to know how a car engine works, doesn’t make you a racing driver. It’s about having something to say. It’s about feeling the wind in your hair.” […]

Holiday Webinar with the Eides – Dyslexic MIND Strengths in Children and Young People

Coming next Monday Dec 15th:

Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide, authors of The Dyslexic Advantage, will be talking about Dyslexic MIND Strengths in Children and Young People. Don’t Miss It!  Like all of our webinars, this event is free, although donations are gratefully accepted. Sign up HERE.

The Perks of Being Dyslexic – Seeing a Different Way and Solving The World’s Big Problems

In a wonderful post from Seth Goldman at Inc.com:

“…dyslexics who manage to make it through high school will not only bring alternative thinking to society’s problems, they also will have already proved their resilience because they’ll have overcome the academic and personal setbacks that many clerically talented students avoid.”

Goldman, Co-Founder and CEO of Honest […]

What is Dyslexia? Hollywood Screenwriter Max Brooks Tells Congress

Excerpt: “Dyslexia forced me to think outside the conventional cube and maybe that manner of thinking is why I’ve been invited to speak at the US Naval War College, at West Point, at various military and homeland security exercises and at a few strategic studies groups that I probably shouldn’t be talking about here. […]