About Dyslexia Articles

What Does it Feel Like to be Dyslexic?

I love Kai's story and have found that this short video (isaBelle creative media) achieves to capture the feeling of disorientation as a result of dyslexia. Not every dyslexic experiences this level of shaking of the letters when reading - but can...

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Dyslexia and Disorientation

Dyslexia and Disorientation

Sometimes non-dyslexic individuals find it hard to put themselves into the shoes of a dyslexic reader. This website shows an exaggerated version, but probably quite accurate for some of our more severe dyslexic people. For us, disorientation is one...

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A Child’s Inner Voice

A Child’s Inner Voice

Does it happen to you too, that you catch yourself talking harshly to your child without even being aware of it? It almost seems like someone else is speaking - or is it? I sometimes think I am hearing my mother. And I am lucky enough to have a mum...

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Using the Dyslexic Brain to Change Yourself

"A Solitary Fantasy can Transform a Million Realities"...Maya Angelou I am convinced that a dyslexic individual finds this even faster and easier to do than the average person. They don't have such a hard time explaining to the left side of the...

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Learning and the Brain

Well, it doesn't sound like an obvious choice for a dyslexia site, but deeper learning needs the right state of brain - as suggested in my book 'the Right Brain for the Right Time'. I feel Joe Dispenza's message is most relevant for everybody.

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Is My Child Dyslexic?

Is My Child Dyslexic?

Is my child dyslexic? That is the most common question I get asked, especially after assessing a child...not surprising, really. I used to ask the same question about my son before I knew anything about dyslexia. Like most concerned parents I had...

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Dyslexia in Adults and Children