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[…]
This is one of the best explanations for dyslexia in a long time. It is simple and to the point. If all teachers could have this understanding perhaps classrooms would be more effective for this population. I would love to hear your feedback after you take a look.
While working with ADHD individuals for years now, the common questions that seems to to surface over and over again are, “Why me?” or “How could this have happened to my son or daughter and when will they outgrow it?” As I have mentioned in past blogs, ADHD rarely lives alone. Remember that along with Read more about The Lifespan of ADHD[…]
Our world is full of stories of families that have been affected by divorce. As of late, it seems that divorce is more accepted than not. Society at large, gives the impression that an intact family is an oddity. The truth is that we all want to be recognized as being from a strong family Read more about Divorce and ADHD[…]