This is a time of change. Schools have shut down, families are told to stay at home, household routines areContinue reading
This is not an easy situation for many of us. Children in the coronavirus era still have dyslexia, but now the parent is responsible for how the child handles school duties.Continue reading
Does your child have problems following instructions? Does it seem that sometimes your child does the exact opposite of whatContinue reading
Laughter is infectious. Sometimes I don’t even know what a person is laughing at, yet it makes me burst outContinue reading
This is the program objective that my young client gave herself: unlearn dyslexia.” Her answer is relevant and lucid: yes, dyslexia is the result of learning.Continue reading
Very young children are hungry for everything they can learn. But sometimes this thirst for knowledge dries up, the childContinue reading
[Updated] Reading story books to small children is fun, but did you know that the way you read can make a big difference in preparing your child to become a reader?Continue reading
When my son was diagnosed with dyslexia at age 8, my reaction was to research. It was a revelation to learn that dyslexia could be a gift.Continue reading
Until 2016, I did not know such words as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. I had a wonderful, cheerful and good-natured son,Continue reading
Five ways that you can help improve your child’s comprehension and encourage critical thinking as you read aloud.Continue reading
Read ACTIVELY and aloud to your children for at least 30 minutes each night until their homework load and extracurricular activities no longer allow time for it, which generally occurs sometime in middle school.Continue reading
Encourage your child by focusing on strengths and minimizing stress.
Focus on the whole child – not just academics!