Welcome, I am so glad that you are here. You can take a deep breath, exhale, and relax, you got this! I promise. It may not feel like it today, but you are on the right path.
Parenting a child with dyslexia will be challenging as they struggle through classes, homework, projects, and friendships, but it will also be rewarding to see your child grow and embrace his or her strengths with your guidance and support. Each season will bring new challenges, so don’t be too hard on yourself. You got this!
This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. Yes, you read the title correctly “hangcliffers.” Over the last few years, many moms have shared with me things their sons and daughters have said to them, sometimes it’s a word or a phrase. Then other times it’s very creative […]
When your daughter is learning how to decode sounds and spending hours in remediation each month, you want her to have some success with reading. There are so many great children’s books, but you aren’t sure which books are best for children with dyslexia. It’s sometimes a challenge to find a book that is at […]
Technology plays such a large role in our children’s lives today (rather we like it or not). Why not embrace technology and figure out the best tech tools to help our children with dyslexia? Our daughter, Haddie, can figure out how to use technology quicker than we can any day of the week. She spends […]
Would you describe your daughter as tired and exhausted? Think about her daily schedule. School begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 3:15 p.m. then it’s off to after-school activities for your daughter and her brothers. Does your schedule look like this? Speech therapy 30 minutes a week, vision therapy 1 hour a week, occupational […]
Does your “To Do” list look anything like this . . . you need to pick up your order at Wal-Mart pick-up, iron your child’s school clothes for the week, make lunches/snack for the day/week, wash your favorite outfit for work, pick up a card for your husband’s birthday, and on and on and on? […]
While at soccer practice, you hear some moms talking about “remediation” and “breaking the code” for their daughters who are going to a local reading tutor. And, you thought “what does that mean exactly?” It’s just so much to learn about when you realize your child is dyslexic. I remember trying to learn everything (at […]