Nashville, TN (PRWEB) November 20, 2013 -- Using postsharesell.com and other outlets, former NFL defensive tackle shares his inspiring tale of success and the inside story of how he overcame bullying, extreme poverty, and dyslexia.
Check out DyslexiaEnhanced - our new project to help the reading of people suffering from dyslexia.Spider & Bat: Best Friends ForeverA Dyslexia Enhanced Book coming February 2014 Imagine life as a child not being able to read… of not being able to escape into the pages of a book, to sit with their parents and enjoy a story. To not start their dreams simply because the letters didn’t make sense, because they turned themselves around, because they jumbled as they leap off the page. This is dyslexia, and it is very real for hundreds of millions of children around the world. It affects their learning and of their desire to pursue further learning. It holds them back. It affects their future and strangles opportunity. Spider & Bat: Best Friends Forever is the first in a series of books being published to aid the reading of people burdened with dyslexia. It is also just the first step in an innovative program that may have far reaching implications for many people who find reading a loan agreements so hard to digest they just don’t read it before they sign. For people whose everyday life is impacted by not being able to read for pleasure. We will take you on a journey, and best of all we will tell you all about in a way you can read it. Our books will initially be publishing by traditional means and will be readable in two directions – one in a standard type face and the other with special treatments to aid dyslexic readers. But this is just our first step… Spider & Bat: Best Friends Forever The first Spider & Bat book is expected to be ready for delivery in February 2014. Beautifully illustrated by Brett Moffatt, this book will take readers young and old on a journey of discovery, of how difference shouldn’t be a block to friendship. Spider & Bat: Best Friends Forever is a 44 page book designed for kids to reads to parents, and parents to read to kids. Presale Special We need to pre-sell books to underwrite the first print run. We have a target number, and once that is reached we will commence the printing of the book. To sweeten the deal, the first 1000 books will receive a commemorative Spider & Bat poster/fridge magnet/book mark that will let everyone know you helped get Dyslesix Enhanced books up and running. Should we not reach our target sales, all money will refunded prior to Christmas. In Australia? Buy Now for Delivery in February 2014. Prices for delivery to other countries will come on stream soon, or email us now for a price on bulk deliveries.Price: $25 (plus mailing costs) and don't worry you can still use a credit card... just follow through the process and all will be revealed.
New laws on testing for Dyslexia launch, without clear rules Press of Atlantic City New laws to get more help for children with reading disabilities have taken effect, but parents may see few changes in their child's school this year.
Dr. Margie Gillis President Message from Margie Phoneme awareness is one of the most important predictors of reading success. Phoneme awareness is an essential, yet insufficient, component of literacy acquisition.
is a grassroots movement driven byfamilies concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public schools. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in public schools.
School districts in Texas are required to provide accommodations and services to students diagnosed with dyslexia. But getting districts to recognize a student's learning disability can sometimes prove challenging.
Does your child guess at unknown words instead of sounding them out? The “word guessing” habit can stand in the way of learning to read. Learn why kids guess and how you can solve the problem. Why do kids guess?
As a parent of two young sons with dyslexia, specific learning disability within the educational...
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If you are the parent of a student struggling with reading, written expression, or math, GREDUADV can help you navigate the educational system. As a parent of two young sons with dyslexia, specific learning disability within the educational arena, my mission is to help parents become informed advocates for thier children. As an educational advocate, I work with the family, the student, the school and all other relevant professionals to assure that each student receives the appropriate education necessary to optimize their opportunity to achieve to the highest level of potential. Initial phone consultations are free of charge.
A diagnosis of dyslexia is not the end of the world. In fact it can be the beginning of a beautiful journey because as you learn to deal with the obstacles, you also discover the gifts that a dyslexic brain has that open doors to an amazing future.