Dear love, The first time I met you was at a dinner party, I could see that you were quietly observing your surroundings as you occasionally passed on a cheeky smile in response to the silly humor of those around you. You took out a pen and started doodling on the serviettes of the restaurant. … Continue reading Dyslexia is your gift – Open love letter
“If you suffer from dyslexia it takes 5x the energy to read something. “Trying to do this for everything from road signs and packaging to long articles online — it’s exhausting! For those who don’t suffer from dyslexia, it can be a difficult disorder to understand. “People who don’t have dyslexia get very frustrated,” … Continue reading Dyslexie – The typeface you have been waiting for!
Many dyslexic individuals grow up to be successful entrepreneurs because of the unrecognized strengths they carry. They might sometimes come across as slow learners. However, don't be fooled as many of them are highly creative thinkers with excellent problem-solving skills. They learn through meaning rather than memorization. So don’t count them out for one second! … Continue reading Strengths of having Dyslexia
Every night, we would do the homework the school had sent home. And every night it felt like we were starting from scratch. When we sat down to read those beginner books, he had to sound out each and every word (if he could.) And then, if a word he had just sounded out … Continue reading Could your child struggling in school have dyslexia?
Teachers play one of the most fundamental roles in a child's life, and it is their responsibility to create a class environment where the kids can feel comfortable by providing an atmosphere conducive to learning for all kinds of pupils within their class, building their confidence and self-esteem. Proficient reading is an essential tool for … Continue reading 8 Things Every Teacher Should Know About Dyslexia
The world is usually so engrossed with the dyslexic individual that they forget the people that are affected by it, the ones who have to change themselves to adapt to the dyslexic individual in their lives, they are behind the dyslexic’s success or failures. It is vital to acknowledge their efforts; hence, it is safe … Continue reading How Families Cope With Their Dyslexic Child
Dyslexics in their early years tend to realize quite early that they are not like their peers. Their learning and coordination difficulties are different from others and often lead to impaired self-esteem, ridicule, being bullied. They often feel dumb, depressed, and isolated. It is because of this isolation that they often give up on themselves … Continue reading Successful Dyslexics and Their Stories