Oct 30, 2018
"I think it really helps not being too serious about things. Being able to, in the moment especially while teaching if I forget a word or something happens just laugh it off. Like when you are talking and you're holding a white board marker and it goes flying across the room. Just laugh and move on. Don't forget we all...
Oct 27, 2018
"Reading doesn't equal being smart. We need to uncouple those two things." -Cheri Rae
Cheri's book is called DyslexiaLand, A field guide for parents of children with Dyslexia. Click here to go to her website.
Oct 20, 2018
"Sheer willpower can overcome anything." -Chris Hill
Chris' book is called Ralphy and the Rang-E-Koos.
Oct 10, 2018
The cycles a dyslexia parent goes through: "At first you are in the crying in your pillow phrase saying 'what the heck'? and then I call it the epiphany which is stage two where you are like 'wow Dyslexia'. And then the third bit is coffee where you talking to everybody and you are so excited. The last stage is you are...
Oct 4, 2018
"I feel fortunate having a dyslexic child. It's taught me patience. It's taught me perseverance. It's taught our daughter resilience and strategies on life. I see dyslexia now as a gift." -Dannielle Small