Nothing is more hurtful and difficult than watching your child with dyslexia go to school and feel like a failure. It’s painful to watch him curl up inside himself, embarrassed, frustrated, and not understanding why learning has to be such a struggle. Why reading comes so easily to the other kids and not to him.
If your child is falling behind in school, you’re probably exploring options both inside and outside the school setting. In order to figure out what’s best, you will have to figure out your child’s issues, his or her learning style, and what is causing the problems. That’s a tall order! From my three decades in
One of the joys of what I do is giving families hope and help for their children with dyslexia. I love writing and sharing as much information as I can to help you make an educated decision when it comes to dyslexia treatments. When I get excited about how I can help your child, I
We all want our kids to succeed in life. If your child is dyslexic or ADHD, you may worry about how successful they will be as adults. I’ve worked with kids and adults with various learning and behavior challenges for over three decades. The following are simple things you can do at home or in
Dyslexia is one of the most recognized learning disabilities, but it’s not truly understood. All too often, a child or adult is diagnosed and then immediately put on Ritalin or a similar pharmaceutical. Rarely is the topic of reversing dyslexia brought up, much less discussed. If you’ve been reading this blog for very long, you