Tag Archives: dyslexics

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 …

Live Broadcast 37: Math-U-See for Struggling Readers and Writers

Steve Demme, Author and Founder of Math-U-See joined us to discuss what makes Math-U-See effective for struggling readers and writers. Steve is a former math …

Broadcast 36: Creating High Quality Instruction in Teaching Reading

Elisabeth (Liz) Liptak is the Professional Services Director for the¬†International Dyslexia Association, and joined us to discuss the IDA’s Knowledge & Practice Standards. She talked …

Live Broadcast 34: How CogMed Trains Working Memory

In this broadcast, Peter Entwistle, PhD will join us to discuss how CogMed improves working memory for better focus and attention. Dr. Entwistle is a …

June 1, 2012 in Dyslexia

Guest Post: Learning Disability DSM-5 Mess

Raised in a Spanish-speaking household, Peter learned to speak English at age two while recuperating from a car accident that left him paralyzed from the …