Identifying Leaning Differences at One Year – Is it possible?

Neuroscience has made great in roads in understanding how the brain learns. In doing so, they have also been able to create a clearer view when it comes to learning differences entering the world of a child. These specific learning differences include ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia (difficulty with writing), dyscalculia (difficulty with math) and the related Read more about Identifying Leaning Differences at One Year – Is it possible?[…]

New Research sheds light on Dyslexia

In the past, having Dyslexia was thought to be deficit throughout life. This is not the case. It has been my experience that most dyslexics are able to see their world three dimensionally. Simply put, they seem to be able to think of the task that they need to accomplish and see it in their Read more about New Research sheds light on Dyslexia[…]