Choosing children’s books for children with dyslexia can be frustrating for parents and children. There are lots of great books to help struggling readers.
Technology is second nature to our kids today. Let’s use tech to help boost our dyslexic kiddos’ self-esteem and enjoy learning.
Is your daughter or son showing signs of being exhausted? Find out what to watch for and what to do when you see your child struggling to do it all.
Dyslexia can’t be cured, but through remediation a student can learn how to read. Students with dyslexia who learn how to decode words are most successful.
Classroom accommodations are important for dyslexic students. It provides students the ability to demonstrate what they have learned.
Finding a school for your dyslexic child can be overwhelming. This article provides a list by state of all private schools for students with dyslexia.