Issues 4 May '17
Virgin CEO Richard Branson opened up about his dyslexia struggles before and now he's launching a new endeavor to help individuals struggling with the disorder.
Dyslexia 4 March '17
Princess Beatrice, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, has been vocal about her struggles with reading as a child.
Dyslexia 15 February '17
Rep. Jill Norgaard believes a standardized teaching process will help the kids finish school despite their learning disorder.
Dyslexia 2 January '17
Dyslexia is one of the most misunderstood learning disability, and it has a long way to go in terms of education and awareness,
Dyslexia 28 December '16
He's got a 150 IQ and three degrees, but the universities still couldn't admit him.
SPED Kids 23 December '16
Health/Nutrition 19 December '16
A new technology has been invented to spot and detect early signs of dyslexia among children. Caitie Glover, 12, has developed computer game system which can screen kids for dyslexia.
SPED Kids 12 December '16
Oregon raises awareness for students with Dyslexia and even help in making it easy for them to study and finish school.
Dyslexia 12 December '16
Hearing the word dyslexia might trigger some fond memories about a certain mythology novel. We might think that Percy Jackson and his other demigod buddies are the only ones that suffer from dyslexia. However, it seems that you don’t have to be a demigod to have dyslexia.
Dyslexia 12 December '16
Lotte Scaman did not let her learning disability become a hindrance to learning and now she's become a good role model for other children.
School 8 December '16
Schools engage in strategies to lower their special education expenses, and dyslexia is by far the largest group within the special education category.
Dyslexia 3 December '16
Millions of the population in America suffers from the common learning disability called dyslexia. People of all ages who acquire dyslexia say it’s not easy and they’re likely to be misunderstood. Gabrielle Emanuel of the NPR Ed team, who is also a dyslexia, often encountered question “what’s it like?” many times so she decided to come up with some answers. It was November 28, 2016, when she visits Lindamood Bell, a reading center in Washington D.C.
Dyslexia 30 November '16
A new research revealed that dyslexia can be managed by a series of intensive reading classes focused on reading exercises along with letters and number manipulation.
Dyslexia 27 November '16
A research in a primary school in Devon revealed that a new glasses treatment could transform the lives of dyslexia sufferers.
Health/Nutrition 24 November '16
Zaki Ali is a victim of dyslexia but he never gave up hope and continued fighting to reach his best, and he did!
Dyslexia 21 November '16
Parents of children with dyslexia say public schools in Oklahoma are failing to identify and educate these students.
SPED Kids 18 November '16
The article entails a nine-year old child conquering a disorder – dyslexia. The child was recognizably having a hard time reading, as per the article; his reading capabilities was that of a 5 year-old. The teacher’s assumptions were bleak, stating that the child simply wasn’t smart enough.
SPED Kids 14 November '16
"Hideaway " singer Kiesza shared personal details in regards to her learning disability, dyslexia, and how it made her brain more creative.
Dyslexia 10 November '16
A learning disability is not related to a child’s intelligence. Most people that have learning disabilities have average or above-average intelligence.
SPED Kids 6 November '16
To provide the interventions needed by the dyslexic students to become successful, a group of parents in Muncie, Indiana demands the adaption of a legal definition of dyslexia in 2015.
SPED Kids 3 November '16
Dyslexia may be a real struggle but countless celebrities broke the stigma as they succeeded in the midst of their learning disability.
SPED Kids 1 November '16
Dyslexia in adults is seen due to lack of diagnosis during childhood. Over 40 million American adults are dyslexic and one among 10 people in the world has dyslexia.
SPED Kids 24 October '16
Immersed in a swamp of reading and understanding problems, dyslexics face a hard time keeping up with the world's normalcy.