When your child struggles to read and you keeping thinking, could it be dyslexia? What does that even mean?
For our children with future plans to attend college, the ACT and SAT are an important part of the admissions process at most colleges and universities. You may be thinking that you don’t have to worry about college admissions testing until high school. Well, that could be a mistake if your child with dyslexia will need accommodations for testing.
I encourage you to listen to today’s episode regardless of what grade your child is in this year. This information will help inform you about future decisions for accommodations.
When you are raising a strong-willed child, it can feel challenging and reactive. Are you tired and exhausted from always reacting to your child’s misbehavior? Not to mention that it is not working. Right? Today’s episode will provide the why and how to parenting strong-willed children.
Amazon Kindle is a great reading resource with the immersion reading feature for the Kindle and Audible. Just imagine your child being able to follow along in a Kindle book while Audible reads the text while highlighting the words.
Andra Harris is an educator, Barton Tutor, author, and mom to a daughter with dyslexia. She is on the podcast sharing her personal dyslexia story with her daughter and what inspired her to become a children’s author.
As a mom raising a child with dyslexia, you may feel like you have to be perfect and not make any parenting mistakes. That’s what society wants you to think ~ do this, do that, and it will all be ok. But, we are raising actual human beings. An individual who has thoughts, feelings, and (lots of) emotions. Let me (and Meghan) give you a permission slip to practice imperfect parenting with an emphasis on common sense, empathy, and laughter. Refreshing? Right?