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PLEASE NOTE: Much of what you’ll find here was brought to our attention via social media posts from other great advocates, and we’re super grateful for them sharing. We find the following to be of interest, but just because we post links here, does not mean we fully agree, endorse, or embrace everything said, every author, every site, etc. Please use discernment, but hopefully there’s a lot of great content here that’s of use to you and your family on your journey through this thing we call life.


31 Myths About Dyslexia

For Dyslexia Awareness, Month Dr. Gaab had posted a new myth about dyslexia each and every day. We posted the first five here, and then …
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Myths About Dyslexia: 1-5

Dr. Nadine Gaab has been posting myths about dyslexia every day for Dyslexia Awareness Month. Here are the first 5. Be sure to follow her …
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Stealth Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a pretty nuanced topic when you dig deeper into symptoms, strengths, weaknesses, and the like. For instance, “stealth dyslexia” is a term used …
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Deaf Kids Code

Underemployment and unemployment are major issues for those in the deaf community. Shireen Hafeez and the crew over at are looking to make an …
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Phonics Card Game

Talk about a, “Why didn’t I think of that?” idea. This simple, clever, and very helpful card game spin by could be just what …
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Dyslexia VS Dyscalculia

Dyslexia in and of itself is already misunderstood. So, when you tell people that having trouble with math is NOT dyslexia, but most likely Dyscalculia, …
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ADHD – An Honest Look

It’s been a while since I’ve read an article that created such a complex combination of emotions in me. Hope and despair. Joy and …
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Summer Camps

Summer may be pretty much over (at least in my glass half empty mind), but perhaps you may be able to find and get to …
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College Accommodations

You’re leaving high school and heading off to college. Fantastic! For those who have been blessed with accommodations and are worried about what you’ll do …
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What can we say about Nessy? Having had the honor and pleasure of meeting them personally, we can say they’re creative, fun, engaging, smart, educated, …
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Sedentary Learning

If articles are considered food for thought, this one is like Thanksgiving. You may just find yourself in a coma by the end from all …
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Dyslexia: Understanding It

If you’ve ever looked into dyslexia, you’ve realized there’s a lot of agreed upon information, and some nuances and differences as well. It can also …
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Children Friendly Podcasts

Back when radio first came out, parents were concerned about how much time their kids spent listening to it. Today, we have the same core …
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Dyslexia Awareness Course

If you haven’t swung by Microsoft’s “Dyslexia Awareness” course that they created with Made By Dyslexia, you need to. Like now. Seriously, just stop reading …
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