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iDevices and Text-to-Speech
Submitted by kwasco on Tue, 04/12/2011 - 15:14
Five Tips to Help You Help Your Dyslexic Child
Consistency, firmness, and a forgiving attitude are just three of these five solid attributes required for guiding your dyslexic child down the path of success.
Advice from a Parent
Read this interview with a parent whose time and effort made all the difference for her daughter with dyslexia.
Success Story: Marta
A young woman discusses her dyslexia and how it has not stopped her from writing.
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