Identity And Dyslexia
Judy Hanning / Jul 26, 2019
Reading becomes a lot harder when you have dyslexia, but it is important to understand that there are positive ways to deal with it.Read more
Presenting Dyslexia
Judy Hanning / Jul 21, 2019
Eight to ninety percent of student with learning disabilities struggle with dyslexia and dyslexia is linked to genetics.Read more
The Different Sides Of Dyslexia
Judy Hanning / Jul 18, 2019
The left side of the brain is where we process words and numbers and the right side processes images.Read more
The Many Facets Of Dyslexia
Judy Hanning / Jul 16, 2019
Dyslexia is not something that people choose and it is based in the brain and biology of a person.Read more
The Difficulty Of Putting Thoughts Into Coherent Words
Judy Hanning / Jul 10, 2019
Putting thoughts into words is something many people take for granted and it can be such a struggle for those with dyslexia.Read more
Defining Dyslexia
Judy Hanning / Jun 30, 2019
Dyslexia is not something that people will outgrow and there is a lot of misinformation out there about it.Read more
Tough Interview Questions And Strategy
Judy Hanning / Jun 29, 2019
Being asked about who you are in an interview is usually about much more than the question.Read more
The Dyslexic Rap
Judy Hanning / Jun 28, 2019
All kids with Dyslexia will learn in their own way and in their own time as well.Read more
Summer Fun For Dyslexic Kids
Judy Hanning / Jun 22, 2019
This summer, take to the sun and the sand and follow these three things to do with a child with dyslexia this summer.Read more
Living With Dyslexia
Judy Hanning / Jun 19, 2019
It's important not to try to teach Dyslexic people if you are not qualified, cause they will not be able to connect with what you're trying to do.Read more