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<strong>Giving Gifts That Matter</strong>

Giving Gifts That Matter

By Linda Davis-Kyle Sometime ago when I entered my acupuncturist’s well-lit, but tiny, four-chair waiting room filled with the fragrance of frankincense, a mom and her two children were getting settled. The mom’s lap served as a comfy chair for her daughter who was about two years old. The little pink bow in her daughter’s […]

01/12/2023 | By More
Get Certified and Help Those with Dyslexia: Enroll in the Dyslexia Trainer Program Today

Get Certified and Help Those with Dyslexia: Enroll in the Dyslexia Trainer Program Today

Are you looking to make a difference in the lives of children and adults with dyslexia? Look no further than the Certified Dyslexia Trainer Program on https://www.dyslexiacertificate.com. A learning disability called dyslexia impairs a person’s ability to read and write. Peers frequently misunderstand it, which makes learning challenging for people who have trouble with it. […]

01/04/2023 | By More
Where and How Children Learn: My Experience with Discovering an Optimal Learning Experience

Where and How Children Learn: My Experience with Discovering an Optimal Learning Experience

Where: The Inner Universe of a Student With Divergent Learning  It was not too long ago, when my bright, creative third grader began to dread going to school, meeting each weekday morning with resistance, which at times was fierce. The human need to belong to a group is rooted in survival. School age children feel […]

12/15/2022 | By More
Lexie – The Easiest Way To Read

Lexie – The Easiest Way To Read

By Maja Hmelina, SLP For the past 15 years, in my speech therapy career I’ve seen and felt the burden dyslexics experience from an early age and carry into their adulthood. To successfully work with them I had to find a specific and quite creative approach for each. Invest a lot of time and energy […]

11/28/2022 | By More
<strong>Six facts about dyslexia</strong>

Six facts about dyslexia

1 in 5 people is affected by dyslexia According to the International Federation of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Associations, 1 in 5 people are affected by dyslexia. This is a learning difference that affects an individual’s ability to read and spell words. Dyslexia affects more males than females You may have heard that dyslexia affects more […]

11/17/2022 | By More
Youdao Dictionary Scanning Pen for Dyslexia

Youdao Dictionary Scanning Pen for Dyslexia

Among the resources that help people with dyslexia, scanning pens can be of great help. These devices can turn scanned text into audio, making printed texts available to those with reading difficulties. One of the latest models of this assistive technology was released by Smart Youdao. Their Youdao Dictionary Pen 3 is a lightweight reading […]

11/16/2022 | By More
Spot the Differences

Spot the Differences

Challenge your observation skills- search, find, and spot the 10 differences in the two pictures! Every day there is a new picture to spot. Spot the differences in each illustration, and mark them in the upper picture. No timers are used, so there’s no pressure. Each set of pictures has 10 things different about them: […]

09/20/2022 | By More
Nearly 600 Cloze tests

Nearly 600 Cloze tests

On Cloze-test.com we currently have almost 600 Cloze tests to solve. As always – there are no ads and no tracking. Please feel free to use them for school or at home. What is a cloze test? A cloze test is a test in which one is asked to supply words that have been removed […]

09/15/2022 | By More
JCPal Announces Adaptive Keyboard Accessory for Dyslexic Students

JCPal Announces Adaptive Keyboard Accessory for Dyslexic Students

Designed in collaboration with the Microsoft Devices Accessibility Team initially for the Surface Laptop Go and Surface Laptop SE devices, the VerSkin Inclusive Keyboard Protector is intended to make it easier for dyslexic students to navigate and familiarize themselves with the keyboard on their device.

09/14/2022 | By More
Assessing the Need for a Unique Reading App

Assessing the Need for a Unique Reading App

Over a period of 8 years, I developed a reading intervention for struggling 2nd Graders.  It is well-established that if children are not reading fluently with comprehension by the end of 3rd grade, they have only a 20% chance of reading at grade level at the end of 9th grade, and that’s with intensive remediation. 

09/13/2022 | By More