As we have said on other pages of DyslexiaHelp, we know that your dyslexia or learning disability impacts more people than just yourself.

Consequently, the people who can be most affected are the ones with you at home. Some times of the year may be more difficult than others,  such as when you have deadlines or during the school year. (You may get a little respite during summer vacation when peer pressures and the demands on literacy learning are less). Some of the suggestions on the other pages of DyslexiaHelp are directly applicable to helping you and your family.

Coming to this page, we plan to engage experts in the field of education, medicine, psychology, and speech-language pathology for their expertise about ways to help create positive dynamics within your home. We'll also hope to get your tips as to what works for you.

Stay tuned for more!