Judy Hanning / Jan 16, 2017
When dyslexia is passed on to various family members, it can address common misconceptions. Learn more by watching this case study video.Watch
Judy Hanning / Jan 16, 2017
The Thinking Tree has created a variety of workbooks for children, teens, and adults with dyslexia. Dyslexia Games is a fun way to to succeed in reading, writing and spelling.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 29, 2016
Writing your own books is an effective method for teaching children with dyslexia how to read. Watch this video to be inspired. The process is simple (and even silly).Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 29, 2016
Lucie and Douglas from Dyslexic and UN-stoppable share an inspiring message to parents who have children with dyslexia.Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 29, 2016
Explicit and systematic phonics instruction is the most effective ways to teach phonics. Find out more in this short video!Watch
Judy Hanning / Dec 22, 2016
Detecting dyslexia early can produce positive academic results. Find out why early intervention is the key.Watch
Judy Hanning / Nov 16, 2016
Suzanne chronicles the journey she and her son took as he surmounted adversities with dyslexia. Learn how both of them faced this issue together and how Suzanne’s son grew into the thriving adult he is today.Watch
Judy Hanning / Oct 29, 2016
Watch this video from a brave young man from Sweden speak about his struggles with dyslexia. Learn about his story and the challenges he has faced through his journey with his differences.Watch
Judy Hanning / Oct 24, 2016
Mental health is one of the most highly misunderstood and misrepresented aspects of health care in our culture. Invisible illnesses, such as dyslexia, are important to understand. Do you really know what dyslexia is?Watch
Judy Hanning / Oct 1, 2016
Do we really only use 10% of our brain capacity? From the 2015 Learning Technologies Exhibition and Conference, Christian Jarrett discusses common myths and facts about the brain.Watch