Precious / Jan 9, 2024
This blog post delves into the intertwined paths of acting and learning difficulties. We explore how one actor's audition experience leads to a deeper understanding of overcoming challenges like dyslexia, drawing parallels with Tom Cruise's success despite his struggles with the condition.Read more
Precious / Jan 4, 2024
This widespread yet rarely diagnosed learning disability impacts both academics and everyday life. Frequently misdiagnosed, it leaves many suffering in silence, unaware of the root cause of their struggles. In this post, we delve into the signs of this condition, its misdiagnosis, and how it affects individuals like Jack, Lily, Tim, and Jamie – each battling this invisible challenge.Read more
Precious / Jan 3, 2024
Auditory Processing Disorder affects 2 to 7% of children, yet remains widely unrecognized. It's not about the ears' ability to hear but the brain's capacity to process sounds. This condition can lead to difficulties in understanding spoken language and following verbal instructions, potentially paving the way for learning challenges like dyslexia. It's crucial to understand APD, its effects on children and families, and explore ways to support those affected by it.Read more
Judy Hanning / May 1, 2023
Children with dyslexia require 32% larger type sizes of letter font than what their non-Dyslexic peers need to achieve their maximum reading speeds. Dyslexic children can read 27% faster when the...Read more
Judy Hanning / Apr 24, 2023
For some people who have dyslexia, it can be difficult to find a job. A bad experience in education may have caused dyslexics to lack confidence and self-esteem. They may find that problems with...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 31, 2023
Illiteracy is the condition of being unable to read or write. Literacy and numeracy are a qualification for extensive education. Students who have difficulty in reading are more likely to drop out of...Read more
Phil Weaver / Mar 13, 2023
A teacher sent the following note home with a six-year-old boy: “He is too stupid to learn.” That boy was Thomas A. Edison. It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education. Albert Einstein I...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 9, 2023
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability in reading that is neurobiological in origin. Children with dyslexia have trouble reading. They may also have trouble with comprehension, spelling, and...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 9, 2023
Public libraries play a vital role in helping to provide the information gap by giving free access to information and communication technologies, particularly the Internet. The libraries are...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 8, 2023
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that affects reading. Many children go without proper interventions because of ineffective teaching strategies, and common myths associated with this...Read more