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Fall Reading List for Parents and Kids with Dyslexia

The Gift of Dyslexia by Ronald Davis

I love how The Gift of Dyslexia explains the theories behind Davis Dyslexia Correction methods, and details basic procedures in an easy to follow, scripted format. Large type, illustrations and photos make this book dyslexic friendly.

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Autistic Basketball Player Jason McElwain Has The Game of His Life

Autistic Basketball Player Jason McElwain Has The Game of His Life

What an inspring story about an autistic indavidual. Are you facing challenges that you just don’t think you can over come? This is really a heart warming clip and will give you hope. Many times clients come to me at Dyslxia Correction Specialties with very little hope. I know what it feels like and I know what it looks like. I love the idea that Jason McElwain’s community was behind him. You need a support system in this life to help with how challenging things can be at times. Tell me your story how you over came.

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Could a ADHD Nutrition Plan Help Kids With Dyslexia?

Can A Diet Change Help People With Dyslexia?

There has been a lot of talk about how a persons diet could really improve ones ability to focus and thus improving the disorientation dyslexics can experience.  My perspective on the diet is that it helps increase the threshold so that people with learning disabilities can handle more confusion and not disorient so often.  I think diet can be ONE of the pieces of the puzzle in helping overcoming a learning challenge.

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Autistic American Idol Contestant Makes Top 25!

I have to admit that I love watching American Idol. It will be even more exciting this season because of James Durbin being autistic.  In my practice, I see clients with dyslexia and autism and they are generally VERY bright, gifted and some AMAZING with their artistic skills.

Below, you will find an article I found about him in case you haven’t heard of him.  I will be watching closely to see how he fairs.

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My Journey Overcoming Dyslexia

The World Didn’t Quite Make Sense, But I Didn’t Know Why…

As long as I can remember I struggled in school.  I would do whatever I could to avoid being called on.  I would study as hard as I could and still fail.  Fridays in the 6th grade were absolute torture.  I had to pass my spelling test or get spanked during recess.  So every Friday I wore as many pairs of underwear as I could manage to put on.  Amazingly, no one ever wondered why I couldn’t pass the tests; they all just assumed I was lazy.

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