March–April 2021

A Dyslexia Reflection by Joanne Pierson, PhD, CCC-SLP

Summer is an ideal time to work on improving skills, but is is also equally important that our students have a much-needed break from the challenges associated with school. Here are 10 tips to consider as you plan you child's summer activities.

Read 10 Tips for Improving and Maintaining
Literacy Skills this Summer

Learn the impact of dyslexia on vocabulary acquisition and how to assess vocabulary both formally and informally. Find practical tips to increase vocabulary and help you student become a lifelong learner of words.

Read Vocabulary Best Practices

We have identified some of our favorite books about dyslexia that you might find helpful. For each, we've provided a brief summary about the content.

Check Out Our Favorite Books

Read this question-and-answer interview with a parent whose time and effort made all the difference for her daughter with dyslexia.

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Dyslexic students should go into college knowing their learning styles and a handful of study habits that work well for them.

Read Study Skills for College

Success Story: Taylor Beattie

Taylor Beattie,Green Beret

Green Beret

Taylor Beattie, a US Army Special Forces Soldier, tells his sotry of living with what he calls his "constant companion," dyslexia.

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What if we told you that being dyslexic has gifts that can help you excel? Here are several advantages reported by successful dyslexics that may help you along the way.

Read The Many Strengths of Dyslexics

Featured Resource

We have identified a list of common terms and phrases used by education and medical professionals in diagnostic reports, IEPs, and therapy.

Visit the Dyslexia Glossary