When kids who have disabilities reach major milestones, it can be exciting, but also scary.
As I'm scrolling down my Facebook timeline, I see your photos. I feel your pride. And I'm a little bit jealous ....just a little ... "Johnny is in ALL honors classes this year!" "Sally made the BETA Club!" And the comments roll in under: "Of course! I knew she would! YOU are a GREAT Mom!" … Continue reading To the parents of the kids who don’t struggle in school …
Auditory Processing Disorder is different than dyslexia. Here is what we observe in our house.
Game of Thrones highlights the struggles with dyslexia in Jaime Lannister's character.
As any parent of a child who struggles will tell you, academic awards day is usually less than fun. In fact, I know of many parents who skip the day entirely.
As I hiked my feet hurt, my heart pounded ...and I thought about my family's journey with dyslexia.
Every superhero struggles, and so do children and adults who have dyslexia. The important part is to never stop trying.