Judy Hanning / Feb 8, 2023
An accessible classroom is vital for inclusion, confidence and understanding. It is important that all resources and information are fully accessible to every child within that class. The infographic...Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 8, 2023
Maintaining focus and attention can become a huge roadblock to learning for kids and young adults because attention is important to learning. If students can’t focus, they are going to have...Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 7, 2023
Not everyone has an equal opportunity to achieve academic success. Learning disabilities allow the academic process to go on a different journey for some. Some learning disabilities, specifically...Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 22, 2023
The symptoms and signs of dyslexia are different for every person. Each individual with the condition will have a unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses. Usually, the symptoms of dyslexia become...Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 22, 2023
Kids around the of age 5 or 6 years are the time when they begin to learn how to read, this time make dyslexia symptoms become more apparent. Children who may be at risk of reading disabilities can...Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 19, 2023
There are different kinds of learning difficulties like dyslexia, such as dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia. It’s difficult to understand the difference between these learning difficulties. To...Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 17, 2023
Dyslexia is the result of a left-brain deficiency and often the signs of an issue can often go unnoticed until a child is in school. Knowing what is happening in the brain of a child who has dyslexia...Read more
Phil Weaver / Jan 17, 2023
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Judy Hanning / Jan 13, 2023
As a parent, what do you do when you learn that your child has dyslexia? Do you want to hide this diagnosis to protect them, or should you just inform them? If you do decide to tell them, how are you...Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 13, 2023
Dyslexia makes it difficult to remember events or facts from reading. For dyslexic people, it may be easier to hear the same story out loud. These challenges typically apply to reading language, but...Read more