Cool Tool: Read Aloud Toolkit – Free from ASHA

As part of the early intervention campaign, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and Read Aloud 15 MINUTES have just released this new free resource. Communicating With Baby: Tips and Milestones Continue Reading →

Pete’s Comments: Pat Howey’s Post & the Decoding Dyslexia Flap

In December 2014, advocate Pat Howey published a post on the blog entitled “Wake Up Folks! You are Being Sold a Line of Goods about Dyslexia.” Her post generated a Continue Reading →

Wake Up Folks! You are Being Sold a Line of Goods about Dyslexia

Ok. I am going on a rant here and I expect some kickback. Before you tell me how wrong I am, please remember that I have been advocating for almost Continue Reading →

The Root of the Problem? Rock-Bottom Reading Skills!

– by guest blogger Kalman R. Hettleman, former member of the Baltimore school board, former state human resources secretary, and tireless advocate for children with disabilities. “Disabled students aren’t as Continue Reading →

Transforming Dyslexia from a Liability to an Asset

– From the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity Community, Sally Shaywitz, MD and Bennett Shaywitz, MD “We are at a very special time for all those who care about Continue Reading →