A Dyslexic Perspective : Video

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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 and shared a video their child had made explaining their dyslexic perspective. I opened up and was instantly moved by this artistic approach to something so difficult to explain. Dyslexics are often creative thinkers that excel in other aspects of their life. Nick Damanto is a great example of harnessing one’s skills despite the struggles they may face.

Having dyslexia can be an isolating and damaging experience but with the right intervention your child can become a enthusiastic reader, writer and speller just as Nick has. Early intervention is important. Screen your child for dyslexia for free with our 15 minute online assessment.



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Marie Lunney

Marie struggled with reading, writing and spelling as a child and knows the frustrations of finding and receiving language therapy. She has since overcome her childhood struggles and recently graduated Cum Laude from Elon University with a BS/BA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Marie is enthusiastic about helping families find convenient, personalized and effective language therapy.