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Welcome to Coffee Talk with the Dyslexia Initiative. Come join us for a cup of coffee and a conversation. We are so excited to have you join us! Each Coffee Talk will be a different subject. We will discuss various topics about dyslexia, remediation advocacy, and all other areas relating to dyslexia. Host: Ashley Roberts
 
Interviews and podcasts to discuss how we can help parents to work with dyslexic students. Dr. Marianne Cintron, founder of Dyslexia Solutions, wants to bring peace to parents' homes by helping their dyslexic children read, so they can build their self-esteem, unlock their genius minds, and realize their full potential!
 
Dyslexia Journey is a podcast with conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with dyslexia. Increase your understanding and connection with your child as you help them embrace their uniqueness and thrive on this challenging journey!
 
Welcome to The Truth About Dyslexia podcast, up to 20% of the population being dyslexic (at some level) - I wanted to share my journey, what I am learning, doing and understanding to see if it can help other adult dyslexics. This is not the reading and writing stuff but what it actually means. Enjoy.
 
Hey Boss Moms! I am Dr. Lauren, CEO and founder of Think Dyslexia. This podcast explores motherhood, mom guilt, understanding that this is a JOURNEY and how to put on YOUR oxygen mask FIRST before going full speed ahead with the special education process to fight for your child's rights and SO much more. I’m here to guide you every step of the way through this journey! Are you ready to gain resources and knowledge to become confident and lose the overwhelm? Are you ready to become a Dyslexia ...
 
Across Canada educators and researchers are working together with the common goal of ensuring that every child can realize their right to read. Many schools have begun to implement early screening, evidence-informed classroom instruction, and early intervention. Educators in these schools say that the results of these changes have been transformative, both for students and teachers. Many more are curious about these practices but are unsure of what these changes look like in the classroom or ...
 
What is there to know about Dyslexia Welcome to my podcast I am a high schooler and obviously a teen and love to share my perspective on the world Contact us at dyslexiafriendly1@gmail.com OR MESSAGE US AT https://anchor.fm/dyslexia-friendly/message Follow us at https://www.instagram.com/dyslexiafriendly/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dyslexia-friendly/support
 
The British Dyslexia Association is the voice for 10% of the population that experience dyslexia. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. We campaign to encourage schools to work towards becoming dyslexia-friendly; to reduce the number of dyslexic young people in the criminal justice system; and to enable dyslexic people to achieve their potential in the workplace. We ...
 
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The Go Dyslexia podcast features discussions with dyslexia experts from around the globe on topics such as assistive technology, entrepreneurship, learning strategies, and cognitive remedial tools. Now, therapists, teachers, parents, and individuals with dyslexia can get advice, strategies, material suggestions and more.
 
Dyslexia, Let’s Talk About It is a podcast from the Fundamental Learning Center with host Jessica Stong. We'll bring you stories of hope, inspiration, and information from the current research to discuss dyslexia which impacts roughly 1 in 5 children today. This neurologically-based superpower is characterized by difficulties with reading, writing, and spelling but with incredible strengths in other areas like creativity and visual-spatial skills. For more information about FLC's work, pleas ...
 
For two decades, I believed that my ADHD was a disability. Only at the age of 41 would I come to realize that my ADHD was an incredible asset, and when I leaned into that, I achieved greater success than ever before. ADHD is the engine behind my own success as a networker and coach. Over the past few years, I have spoken with thousands of entrepreneurs, and found that many of them have some kind of neurodiverse diagnosis. ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD, and more. Like me, for many of them, thei ...
 
I, like many dyslexics, (sadly) grew up thinking I was stupid. I don’t want anyone else thinking they are dumb, less valued than those around them, or not good enough because their brain isn’t “normal.” That’s why I created the Dyslexia Is Our Superpower Podcast. Episode by episode a community of badass dyslexics has formed to show the world that dyslexia truly is a superpower. So whether you are a family member or educator of an awesome dyslexic or whether you have dyslexic superpowers your ...
 
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https://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/ https://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/donate/ What are some of the skills expected of a child entering kindergarten? https://youtu.be/CUOXSyJqN98 Letter C Video 1 Teaching. Sit with your child and watch with them. Android http://bit.ly/2WhZ1Q7 Or see your App store on your Android and look for CDSM…
 
This week's episode is titled "Jesus is Enough." Our discussion continues on John 4, the Woman at the Well. When the body and spirit are well-hydrated with the love, grace, and mercy of God, we realize that Jesus is enough. Are you thirsty for the living water? Then tell Jesus, and He will meet you where you are, and your soul will be refreshed. Th…
 
Diagnosing students can be difficult especially if the symptoms are complex. Many parents and teachers only see a student’s action but fail to see the root cause. In this episode, Dr. Jesse Fischer, a licensed clinical neuropsychologist, discussed the difficulty of diagnosing children in private and public schools. He also talked about how finding …
 
In this second interview with developmental psychologist and parenting expert Aletha Solter, Ph.D., we tackle the tricky issues of avoiding resenting, feeling guilty, and parental self-care. Dr. Aletha Solter is the founder and director of the Aware Parenting Institute and author of six books. For more information: http://www.awareparenting.com/ an…
 
The podcast getting to know the people behind the word dyslexia. Are you limiting your potential because you feel you can not achieve as much because your dyslexic? Do you care for someone who has dyslexia and would like to understand it better? Famous dyslexics like Steve Jobs and Richard Branson can feel intimidating when along way for when worki…
 
­­­http://bit.ly/3XnDKCc Teacher Tips for Teaching Frist Grade - Review after Kinder or Getting Ready for 2nd Grade I have provided extensive training videos to teach kinder kiddos. https://youtu.be/B8plCihdLa4 SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE COMPLETE VIDEOS AND READ WRITE AND LISTEN BOOKS HERE: http://bit.ly/3XnDKCc Order stories on your own. FREE CDSM App o…
 
In this episode of The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show Matt is Talking to John Rinaldo, he is an author and works in sales. He had always wanted to write a book but felt that his dyslexia got in the way, this is also reflected in his career starting in a manual job before injury changed his life and he went to university and has never looked back. Hear in…
 
This week's episode is titled "The Well is Deep." For some of us, Jesus has to go deep before He can pull us up. Very humbling when you think about it, and He would go even deeper if He had to. Our job is to let Him. Let Him go as deep as He needs to. This week we continue our discussion on John 4, The Woman at the Well. I've learned a lot from her…
 
“ First, I want to say that there’s nothing wrong with your students.” - Deb Morris The percentage of high school students is surprisingly high across the globe. But its equally hard for students and teachers to find equitable reading education. Teaching high schoolers with low literacy rates can be challenging to teachers. Not to mention that stud…
 
Screen time is often discouraged, but we want to tell you about a few ways that screen time can be helpful for dyslexic kids. Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with…
 
http://bit.ly/3XnDKCc What Do Adults with Dyslexia Struggle With? How to Help Dyslexic Adults https://youtu.be/4y2oXQgIkfE Dyslexic adults struggle with the same dyslexia characteristics that children have: adding and omitting letters and syllables, not being able to learn how to categorize sounds, so they memorize words. three packages: https://bi…
 
The biggest aha’s for people is when they realise how much dyslexia has played a part in more than they know. Thanks to those who support me on Patreon Here: https://www.patreon.com/adultdyslexia For more on To Do List Bingo (the $7 course) see: https://courses.truthaboutdyslexia.com/to-do-list-bingo-special…
 
Today's episode is titled "If You Only Knew." This is part 3 of our discussion on John 4, the Woman at the Well. There is a really old saying, 'what you don't know won't hurt you.' Experience and what I have learned from the Woman at the Well... that's not exactly true. I think we shy away from learning too much about ourselves. But that's why Jesu…
 
“Growth describes our D-cubed journey.” - Brandy Schools measure intelligence through a child’s reading and writing ability. And many times, teachers are not educated enough about various learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, and they fail to address children’s needs properly. This is being experienced by many moms and kids in our school system,…
 
Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with dyslexia. Increase your understanding and connection with your child as you help them embrace their uniqueness and thrive on …
 
In this episode of The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show, Matt is talking to Armelle McGeachie, founder of Girls with Dyslexia. During this podcast you will find out that Armelle had a feeling that she was dyslexic from a very young age, but did get a diagnosis until age 21. Interestingly, she had already been employing lots of dyslexic, friendly tactics th…
 
Finding and providing support for your children’s equitable education is hard. Especially if they have a language-based learning disability (LBLD). As parents, we must learn more about our children to help them strive. In this episode, Dr. Lauren and guest speaker Kait Feriante, a certified Learning Behavior Specialist and Dyslexia Practitioner, de…
 
Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with dyslexia. Increase your understanding and connection with your child as you help them embrace their uniqueness and thrive on …
 
Today's episode is titled "When Jesus meets us at the well." Jesus has promised that if we trust Him, we will live abundant lives. As the Woman at the well found out, only Jesus can give us living water, and only Jesus can give us an abundant life. Thank you for joining me for another episode of 'Make Room for More' podcast. I pray that your day an…
 
Research, research, and research! Find more answers and research as much as you can. -Gea Every dyslexia mom has a different story but shares the same struggle: Finding equitable education for their kids. In this episode, Dr. Lauren, with guest Gea Meijering, the author of Hacking the Code: The Ziggety Zaggety Road of a Dyslexic Kid and a mother to…
 
Today's episode is titled 'Year End Message.' Today I wanted to thank you for your support and prayers through 2022 and share with you some plans I have for 2023. As the year closes, please know that this podcast would not be possible without you. I have grown a lot since starting this podcast, and I hope you have been blessed. So this is just a ve…
 
Fast-approaching school holidays inspired us to share our top five favorite family activities for younger kids and teens, including tips for including the dyslexic kid in your life. Here are the games we mentioned: Dixit: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/39856/dixit Mysterium: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/181304/mysterium Acting Out!: htt…
 
In this episode of The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show Matt welcomes Alex Onalaja, he is an entrepreneur, author, and speaker. He has been featured in Forbes and been voted on of the top 50 influential black voices in tech by Tech Nation. In this podcast they talk about Alex’s education in Nigeria and how as a dyslexic he struggled in school, this was mad…
 
Today's episode is titled Face today with Confidence. Are you ready for the new year? Ready or not, it will be here soon, and some of us are not so sure about ending the old and starting something new. Yet there is someone who has already gone into our tomorrows, who knows all and because of that, we can face each day with His confidence. Isn't tha…
 
“Once you open up, you will start to create awareness.” - Priya Fighting for equitable education for Dyslexic kids is already hard. But imagine advocating in a country with minimal knowledge about learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Dr. Lauren and guest speaker Dr. Shanmugapriya discussed the difficulty of finding equitable education for her dy…
 
In our interview with developmental psychologist and parenting expert Aletha Solter, Ph.D., we discuss how stress might show up in your dyslexic child – and all children – at different ages, along with tips for how to handle it. Dr. Aletha Solter is the founder and director of the Aware Parenting Institute and author of six books. For more informat…
 
Do you consider yourself a visual thinker? When Temple was interviewing people about how they think, she was shocked to know that some people are not thinking in pictures. She thought everybody thinks in pictures. I got the honour to talk to Temple Grandin, who is an autistic author, professor, inventor, and many more. She did not talk until she wa…
 
http://bit.ly/3XnDKCc Why Reading is So Important in the Early Years – And Early Dyslexia Red Flags Early reading kindles creativity, ignites curiosity, and accelerates the imagination in young children. Children begin to role-play and develop other skills such as empathy, problem-solving, and morality. See the Video Here: https://youtu.be/u8YkhcEw…
 
Today's episode is titled The Gift of Peace. What a perfect gift to give someone as this year comes to a close. In this episode, I share that our life is made up of so much more than dyslexia. Yet it is because of dyslexia that we are equipped to face other life challenges. Thank you for joining me for another Make Room for More Podcast. May your w…
 
“Know what works for most kids; not just dyslexic kids”- Debbie Having dyslexia running in your family can be challenging. Being a mom to a dyslexic kid is a whole other level. Dr. Lauren and guest speaker Debbie Meyer, a member of the Dyslexia (Plus) in Public Schools Task, discussed the hardships of diagnosing kids with special needs. They also d…
 
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