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Finding the Invisible Dyslexic
Sometimes the symptoms of dyslexia are obvious, sometimes not. There is a huge population whom I refer to as “the invisible ones”. I happen to be one of them.
A Challenging Math Program
In a recent math program, I worked with a girl who seemed motivated, but overwhelmed by any mention of mathematical terms and numbers.
Too Hard, Too Soon
I walk into the classroom and sit down beside the child who’s on my caseload. We’re only supposed to work on handwriting, but she’s struggling in every way.
My Dyslexic Life: Are you hiding your dyslexia in your relationship?
If you are finding yourself struggling in your relationships it could be down to your dyslexia. Neurodiversity affects all areas of your life, not just reading and writing.
Chat GPT: A Game-Changer for Dyslexics
Chat GPT is probably the next big technological advancement that will make the lives of dyslexics a lot easier. It could