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!
The longest activity in a typical day is sleeping. High quality and right quantity of sleep at the right timeContinue reading
Is this April’s Fools Day??? My 7 year old son is asking me to give him fish oil… I guessContinue reading
What is it about dyslexia that makes bullying so common? From significantly increased odds of physical abuse to being shunnedContinue reading
Neither parenting nor teaching a child with autism is an easy task. Success in both areas relies on a collaborativeContinue reading
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“When I take a program with a child, almost 40% of my effort goes towards coaching the parents notContinue reading
A great article at Headstrong Nation provides a cautionary note about the common classroom accommodation of extra time being extendedContinue reading
A researcher in England recently reported on the experiences of parents of school-age children who had been identified as dyslexicContinue reading