Fluency in Dyslexic Brain: Practice Makes Progress

      As with all new skills, learning to read is a process that requires practice.  First, a person learns to read a word accurately. With...

Back-to-School Anxiety for Children With Dyslexia

Back-to-school can be a stressful time of year for both children and parents. Adding learning differences to the equation can increase levels of stress...

How to Improve a Classroom Learning Environment for Students With Dyslexia

Students with dyslexia may have difficult academic experiences due to the nature of their abilities to perform in a traditional classroom environment, such as...

Parent to Parent

Pamela Guest is the founder and chief editor of IEP Magazine. “IEP” stands for “Individualized Education Program/Plan.” The IEP is the document developed for...

Dealing With Dyslexia: One Parent’s Advice

I often get asked what is the best advice I can give to parents who are on the dyslexia journey. Here is what I...

Best Defense Against Dyslexia: Early Detection

      When a child has dyslexia, the child’s brain has difficulty matching sounds with letters, so reading and writing also become difficult. In addition, the...

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