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Dyslexia, Development, and Chinese Bamboo

Here’s one of our favorite stories. It’s a perfect metaphor for the late blooming pattern of development that is characteristic of dyslexic people. It’s been told many times and in many ways. Here’s our version.

Long ago in China, a father saw his son sitting silently on a stool, hanging his head in dejection.

“Why so low?” […]

David Flink’s Thinking Differently

David Flink’s book Thinking Differently is out! Inspiring story – and great back to school gift – today David is CEO of Eye to Eye mentoring and on Dyslexic Advantage’s own Board. Work smarter, seek out accommodations, find your allies and more…

From the discouraged kid in 5th grade labeled with LD/ADHD, to Eye to Eye’s own […]

What Do I Tell My Child? – Dyslexia Shouldn’t Be a Private Matter

​”…with few exceptions, most students crave candid conversations about their academic strengths and weaknesses. These conversations help students understand how they learn as well as devise thoughtful strategies to overcome their challenges. An honest dialogue also helps students develop the language and vocabulary necessary to advocate for themselves in school.” –  Kyle Redford
  Teacher Kyle Redford […]