Dyslexia is Our Superpower
Dyslexia Is Our Superpower aims to show the world that dyslexia truly is a superpower. The podcast has two components: One component is conversations with dyslexics from all walks of life as we focus on the positive aspects of dyslexia and prove one chat at a time that there are many ways to succeed as a person with dyslexia. The other component is what we call Kweshtens & Kapes. This is Q&A dyslexia style! Produced by Gibby Booth.
- Episode 111: Rebecca Ginger informs us about dyscalculia and shares the power of pictures and stories when it comes to remembering important numbers.
- Episode 110: Adam Searle shares his dyslexic story which is one of persevering, believing in oneself, and not giving up on your dreams.
- Episode 109: Jillian Kaster chats about the journey of accepting herself and going from ashamed of her dyslexia to proud of it.
- Episode 108: Book publisher Julie Salisbury tells one story after another highlighting her dyslexic journey and why she believes dyslexia is a gift.
- Episode 107: Dyslexia Awareness Special Edition Part 6: Dyslexic teen superhero Noelle Brownlee
- Episode 106: Dyslexia Awareness Special Edition Part 5: Dyslexic teen superhero Kai Seymon
- Episode 105: Dyslexia Awareness Special Edition Part 4: Dyslexic pre-teen superhero Laylee Wishork
- Episode 103: Dyslexia Awareness Month Special Edition Part 3: Dyslexic teen superhero Diezel Kupsch
- Episode 103: Dyslexia Awareness Month Special Edition Part 2: Dyslexic pre-teen superhero Zaida Jo Billups
- Episode 102: Dyslexia Awareness Month Special Edition Part 1: Dyslexic teenager superhero Magnolia Rubinstein
- Episode 101: Jonathan Mooney shares his journey of discovering dyslexia is a superpower.
- Episode 100: The Adventures of Super D: The Story of Sydney
- Episode 99: Mom of five dyslexic kids Amy Noel shares her insights into parenting and supporting growing dyslexic superheros.
- Episode 98: Adventures of Super D- The Story of Avery
- Episode 97: Occupational therapist Lorena Hawkins chats about strengths, work ethic, and developing a love for reading.
- Treasuring Your Dyslexic Superpowers Part 6: The Story of Kinzi: “My worse memory is the first time my teacher made me read out loud in front of the entire class.”