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Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development

09/01/2020 | By More
Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development

Rich experiences—from play to the arts and relationships—fundamentally shape a young child’s development. By Rishi Sriram June 24, 2020 When Albert Einstein was a child, few people—if any—anticipated the remarkable contributions he would make to science. His language development was delayed, worrying his parents to the point of consulting a doctor. His sister once confessed that Einstein “had […]

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Password Research/Interview Dyslexics

08/29/2020 | By More
Password Research/Interview Dyslexics

The School of Design and Informatics in Scotland is carrying out a study on how dyslexics cope with the demands of using passwords.  If interested in being a part of this study, contact them by the email or website listed in the ad below.

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Dyslexia – Dyscalculia!?

08/27/2020 | By More
Dyslexia – Dyscalculia!?

The authors, Dr. Astrid Kopp-Duller and Dr. Livia R. Pailer-Duller, describe in this publication the necessity of intervention at the educational-didactic level, which is of preeminent importance for success in the training of people who have problems with reading, writing, or calculating. Information on ordering is found here: https://www.dyslexia-dyscalculia.com/ Available in English, German, and Spanish. Download PDF-Excerpt! […]

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MIT Professor Catherine Drennan on Her Dyslexia and Its Advantages

08/24/2020 | By More
MIT Professor Catherine Drennan on Her Dyslexia and Its Advantages

http://DyslexicAdvantage.org “Don’t listen to what anyone tells you what you can or cannot do…there is no dyslexia ceiling. Doesn’t exist unless you create it in your own mind.” – MIT Professor of Chemistry and Biology Catherine Drennan, PhD. Dr Drennan also shares how she is able to read molecular spatial configurations like how she learned […]

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Dyslexia Is Done

08/17/2020 | By More
Dyslexia Is Done

For over 100 years, dyslexia has had a good run. It’s caused heartache, misery and frustration for millions. That’s over now. A fifth independent study has once again proven that dyslexics can become better readers than non-dyslexics. It takes between 20 and 40 hours of practice with a method called “Eye-Hop.” The Eye-Hop exercises are […]

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Lexilens, Overcoming Dyslexia

08/17/2020 | By More
Lexilens, Overcoming Dyslexia

Abeye, a French healthtech startup has developed Lexilens, a revolutionary reading aid for dyslexics. This new product is based on science and provides instantaneous effect to dyslexic readers. It was awarded several prizes among which the CES innovation award at Las Vegas in 2020 and Silmo Gold award (health & vision category). It will be […]

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GHOTIT Can Help Kids With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Spelling

08/13/2020 | By More
GHOTIT Can Help Kids With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Spelling

Dyslexia Spelling = Phonetic Spelling + Creative Spelling What is Phonetic Spelling? When you’re dictating a word and tell your son or daughter that he should write what he hears, your child will attempt to map the sounds in the words to the sounds of the letters. However, English is not a phonetic language. There […]

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How to Help Dyslexic Students with Writing

08/10/2020 | By More
How to Help Dyslexic Students with Writing

When people hear or think about the word “dyslexia”, the first thing that comes to mind is reading problems. However, students with dyslexia often struggle with writing as well. Spelling, grammar, punctuation and sequencing can all be pain points with dyslexia. One of the best things about homeschooling a child with dyslexia, though, is the […]

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Unlock a Summer of Fun with Bookshare’s #AllInTogether Summer Read-a-thon

08/05/2020 | By More
Unlock a Summer of Fun with Bookshare’s #AllInTogether Summer Read-a-thon

Published JUNE 10, 2020 by Laura Deck, Bookshare Communications Keep your child engaged with this fun and easy reading program featuring hand-picked reading lists, tips to encourage reading, and a pledge form As communities practice social distancing this summer, parents and children will be spending more time together than usual. This is an opportunity for parents of […]

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Dyslexia in different languages

07/31/2020 | By More
Dyslexia in different languages

French, Danish and even English can be hard for dyslexics students while Spanish, German and Italian may be easier. It becomes more and more evident that dyslexia, being the same to its core all over the world, also depends on how difficult the language is to learn and to read. Between languages, there are differences in […]

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