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How Dyslexia Affects The Brain

By Morgan Kimball  How does the brain work differently in people with dyslexia compared to people without dyslexia? The brain is a very complex organ with many functions. Reading is also a complex process. Reading requires visual processing of symbols and the sound that relates to that symbol and fluently blending those sounds together. Also, Read more about How Dyslexia Affects The Brain[…]

Dyslexia, Stress, Anxiety. How Are They All Connected?

  By Morgan Kimball Stress is the feeling of being overwhelmed or unable to cope with pressure. Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or uneasiness, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. Anxiety is a state of worry about what might be, and stress is a reaction to what is. Read more about Dyslexia, Stress, Anxiety. How Are They All Connected?[…]

Online Tutoring Success: What You Need to Know

Written by: Morgan McConnell Online learning has been a presence in our lives for decades now; however, due to COVID we’ve all done a lot more online learning in the last 1.5 years than we anticipated. According to Northeastern University they suggest 8 Strategies for Success with online classes. While online tutoring is slightly different Read more about Online Tutoring Success: What You Need to Know[…]

Don’t Stop Moving Forward Over the Summer!

Author: Kimberly Stevens Schools are out for summer break, what are you doing this summer? What activities will your children be participating in? There are many more options this summer than last summer, but don’t make up for lost time by taking the summer off from tutoring or educational enrichment activities. If you have a Read more about Don’t Stop Moving Forward Over the Summer![…]