If we can catch children at this age and help them to develop self-regulation skills, they will have a chance to break the cycle plaguing many in society today. This is a program to watch for long-term success.
"For millions of parents, a dyslexia diagnosis that not only unlocks the door to extra help, but also allows them to understand why their child has problems reading. So it is no surprise that a suggestion the term is overused and should be ditched has been greeted with howls of protest.
But once the initial furore has died down, it is worth wondering whether affixing a label makes any real difference. Perhaps we should spend more time making sure children get the help they need than working out whether they fall into a neat category."
"One by one, science is resolving mysteries, settling disputes, and challenging assumptions surrounding dyslexia, while delving ever deeper into its complexities. The last two decades have produced a remarkable body of work, including the breakthrough findings from Georgetown University mentioned in this article. Examiner readers and those who follow dyslexia-related issues via social media have unprecedented, almost real-time access to this exciting research as it unfolds.
The challenge, of course, is to translate this body of work into effective practices and policies that actually make a difference in the lives of people with dyslexia. In this regard, the work of The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is more important than ever. IDA is dedicated to both the study and treatment of dyslexia and related difficulties learning to read and write...."
5 keys to boosting literacy DesMoinesRegister.com Early language development is a key predictor of future academic success, but not all children enter school with the verbal skills they need to learn to read.
How can you measure your child’s development in numbers and counting — early math skills? The questions and tips that follow will help you understand what math awareness and skills your child should have — and how you can support his development.
Hear right from the people who understand dyslexia best: a teacher, a neuropsychologist, a former public school superintendent of schools who now is the head...
Barbara Hunter's insight:
Hearing it from the mouths of individuals who experience a reading learning disability should compel schools to move to "change the environment " in order for them to show what they know. Why is this so difficult to execute?
Learning together: Preschool program also helps parents Green Bay Press Gazette Julie Stiles plays with her children Addison (middle), 2, and Andrew, 4, during one of the APPL classes at Cormier School and Early Learning Center in Ashwaubenon.
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