February 9, 2016

Learning and Memory-What Works?: The Method Depends on the Task

Universities have been offering psychology courses for over 140 years, since the 1870s. You may have even taken one of these courses. Do you remember …

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Learning and Memory-What Works?: The Method Depends on the Task

Universities have been offering psychology courses for over 140 years, since the 1870s. You may have even taken one of these courses. Do you remember …

February 5, 2016 in Dyslexia Facts

Famous Dyslexics: Entertainment

It’s more probable you’ll be a diagnosed dyslexic than a famous actor or actress. For even the most talented entertainers, the odds of becoming a …

Learning and Memory-What Works? Article 1: Brain Training

Sandie Barrie Blackley, MA/CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow and Co-founder of Lexercise will be exploring the controversial subject of “brain training” and other educational programs in this …

January 27, 2016 in Dyslexia Facts

Famous Dyslexics: Sports

Dyslexics can often thrive on the court or field more than they do in the classroom. For students that fall behind in the classroom, sports …

Normalize Dyslexia and Build a Growth Mindset

When you find out your child has dyslexia your world stops for a moment. Once your process the news the world speeds up into hyperdrive …

January 20, 2016 in Dyslexia Facts, Dyslexia Treatment

Famous Dyslexics: Science

Dyslexia does not have to limit your accomplishments. Read the stories of three famous dyslexics who thrived in science despite their struggles… Ann Bancroft “My dyslexia …

A Dyslexic Perspective : Video

I sat down at my computer and opened my emails as I always do, except today I saw something different. A parent had contacted me …

January 12, 2016 in Dyslexia Facts

Famous Dyslexics : Business and Entrepreneurship

Business and Entrepreneurship A 2007 survey done by NY Times revealed that about 1/3 of surveyed business owners identified as dyslexic. Entrepreneurs and dyslexics often …

January 5, 2016 in Dyslexia Facts

Famous Dyslexics : An Inspirational Series

Dyslexia does not discriminate. The learning disability, which is a neurobiological language processing difference, can affect people of all genders, ages, and intelligence levels. Because …

What Should My Child Read?

Dyslexia Therapist, Tori Whaley, gives her advice on what your child should read depending on their needs. Since I was a child in elementary school, libraries …

December 24, 2015 in Advice from Professionals

The Truth Behind Screen Time

Screen Time Recommendations:   This past September, the American Academy of Pediatrics updated their screen time recommendations to reflect the modern use and frequency of …