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April 24, 2015

Not all dyslexia manifests itself in the same way in individuals.  It is a vastly differentiated condition that affects a wide spectrum of abilities and to various degrees, and as you will find elsewhere on this website, there are different subtypes...

April 17, 2015

Catching a ball, hopping, maneuvering around a table—all basic movements that we do without thinking.  You wouldn’t assume that clumsiness is a brain condition, and in most cases it certainly isn’t.  But for children with dyspraxia, physical movemen...

April 10, 2015

 

The development of writing requires and utilizes a complex array of motor and information processing skills.  In terms of brain processes and energy input, writing is a very complicated skill we have developed and added to our repertoire as sophist...

April 3, 2015

 

Last week we covered reading and how to build “reading stamina” in your dyslexic child.  This week we start a series of studies on the variations of dyslexia—(perhaps with a few diversions in between)—which is a subject on which many may not have a...

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