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Are You a Dyslexic Perfectionist?
Perfectionism and dyslexia are connected. Perfectionism seems to develop during childhood when acceptance, approval, and affection are lacking.
When is a Child Ready for Learning?
Is my child ready to start first grade? This question is asked by every parent. If we are talking about a child with neurodivergent development, then I believe the later the better.
The nonsense of teaching nonsense words
Dyslexic children often experience difficulty with phonetic decoding. Researchers and educators use nonsense words – also called nonwords or psuedowords –
A Journey of Discovery
My work as a Davis Facilitator is a journey of discovery every time. Each client brings his or her own problems and therefore needs a solution that suits him or her exactly.
Unlocking Potential: Managing Neurodiverse Teams
In this 30-minute session, we look at two areas of common challenge when managing neurodiverse teams – Time Management and Communication.