Category Archives: Dyslexia

December 16, 2022

Are SLD And Dyslexia The Same Thing?

Specific learning disabilities (SLDs) and dyslexia are commonly seen together, so some people may confuse them for being the same. If you’re a parent whose child has just been.

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December 12, 2022

Gift Guide for The Unique Learner

Many parents, teachers, and caregivers ask our team around the holiday season what kind of thoughtful and educational gifts can they buy for their specialized learners. We’re here to.

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November 30, 2022

Private School vs. Public School: Pros and Cons for Kids With Dyslexia/SLD

The decision to send your child to private or public school can be difficult. How much does it cost? What kind of teaching style do they use? Is my.

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November 18, 2022

What You Need To Know About Services, Accommodations, and Modifications for Specific Learning Disabilities, “Dyslexia” On An IEP

Accommodations provided for students with disabilities, or learning differences, help them access information and demonstrate what they know. These accommodations are not meant to lower academic standards or expectations..

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October 27, 2022

The True Gifts of Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a common learning difference that affects the brain’s ability to process language. It most commonly results in difficulties with reading and writing, including spelling, word recognition, and.

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October 14, 2022

10 Famous People With Dyslexia

It’s a common misconception that dyslexia is caused by poor intelligence, laziness, or other character flaws. In fact, dyslexia can occur in all walks of life. Some of your.

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October 2, 2022

10 Myths About Dyslexia And The Truth Behind Them

Dyslexia is a deeply misunderstood learning difference, and the internet is full of myths about it. In this blog post, we’ll talk about the most widespread myths about dyslexia.

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September 15, 2022

The RTI Process and How It Fails Children

Millions of school-age children experience difficulties with learning for a myriad of reasons. A learning difference can make learning difficult for a child. For years, schools have attempted to.

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August 25, 2022

Waiting to See is Waiting to Fail

The wait-to-see approach has been failing children for decades. It focuses on “waiting to see” how kids will do with more time and even retaining kids in the hopes.

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March 9, 2022

Why Summer is a Crucial Time for Students

One character from Greek mythology who shows up frequently as a symbolic meme is Sisyphus. He was condemned by Zeus to spend eternity rolling a massive rock up a.

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