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A Dyslexia Paradise: A Visual Lecture!

As I am preparing to speak this week on the challenges of having dyslexia, I was reflecting on what could make my presentation more engaging.

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Teacher with Dyslexia Wins Top Award

“My dyslexia is a gift – it is the reason that I teach the way I teach.”

One of my most favorite publications is the Dyslexic Reader put out by Davis Dyslexia Association International.  The most recent issue had a great article about a dyslexic teacher Edward Vickerman being awarded the UK’s most outstanding teacher of the year.

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Percy Jackson, Teenager with Dyslexia, Movie Review

I just got done watching Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightening Thief.  I was really excited to see an ADHD and dyslexic teenager (Percy Jackson) shown in a positive light. For those of you that haven’t seen the movie here is a brief synopsis from commonsensemedia.com.

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The Thing I’ve Been Looking for My Whole Life…

Dyslexia Correction Specialties

The Thing I’ve Been Looking for My Whole Life…

Troy Weddington is a business man that came to see if any thing could be done to improve his frustrations with reading.  He had always known that he had learning challenges but was never given the diagnosis of “dyslexia.”  Troy was skeptical at first, having gone though other programs and medical avenues.  Listen to his dramatic testimony on how Dyslexia Correction Specialties gave him the tools to be more successful.

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I’m 250% More Confident With My Writing and Spelling…

Dear Mr. Hirst,

Thank you for helping me with my dyslexia and my fear of writing. I owe a lot to you. I’m 250% more confident with my writing and spelling than ever before. Thank you so much.

Thanks,

Caitlin

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