Self-advocacy is taking control of your own life—independently making choices and choosing what is important to you.
Time and again, dyslexics and their parents hear, “He’s such a bright child; if only he would try harder.” Ironically, no one knows exactly how hard the dyslexic is trying.
We review various types of language and learning disability tests -- and tell you why we like them.
Our guest contributor offers some helpful advice for young dyslexics.
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Read about how he overcame dyslexia & rose to the top of his class in law school
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