November-December 2019

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The Gift that Keeps on Giving All Year Round

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

Discover ways that you can spend quality time with your child that help you both re-boot, while also squeezing in a bit of time for yourself.

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Mississippi Teaches Us Something about Reading

What is going on in Mississippi? In 2013 the state began making big investments in training its teachers in the science of reading. And the investments seem to be getting results.

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6 Tips for the Holiday Break

The holiday season is upon us and school’s out for winter break. Getting out of our routine can offer opportunity, as well as challenge. Here are some tips to deal with some of the challenges and embrace the opportunities.

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Should You Discuss Your Dyslexia Or Keep It Private?

Dale S. Brown, a self-help leader in the field of Dyslexia, reveals the three times you should discuss your dyslexia—and three times you should keep it private.

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Success Story: Ann Bancroft

Ann Bancroft, Explorer and Environmentalist

Explorer and Environmentalist

A preeminent polar explorer, Bancroft believes experiences equip people to handle whatever challenges life presents.

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What Does the Person with Dyslexia Feel?

Anxiety and anger are just a few of the emotional symptoms experienced by those with dyslexia. Learn the facts about what dyslexics feel and how their experience differs from people without the condition.

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Debunking Dyslexia Myths

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Myth or Fact?
Dyslexia is a medical diagnosis.

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