Dyslexia Minute: Common Warning Signs for Dyslexia in Students Grades 3 – 6

Hi, my name is Liz Bessett. I’m a tutor here at Dyslexia Reading Connection and also the parent of a dyslexic child. Thank you for joining us for our fourth video for dyslexia awareness month.  Our focus this week is on the most common warning signs for elementary-age children between the ages of 8 to Read more about Dyslexia Minute: Common Warning Signs for Dyslexia in Students Grades 3 – 6[…]

Dyslexia Minute: Common Warning Signs for Dyslexia in Children 5-7 Years Old

Hello! This week we are focusing on some of the most common warning signs for a kiddo between the ages of 5 and 7 years old. One of those common warning signs of dyslexia is left and right confusion, is the child still having this confusion at six or seven years old? Do they still Read more about Dyslexia Minute: Common Warning Signs for Dyslexia in Children 5-7 Years Old[…]

Dyslexia Minute: Common Warning Signs for Dyslexia in Children 3-5 Years Old

Hi There! It’s Kimberly Stevens here with Dyslexia Reading Connection and I am bringing you our second video for dyslexia awareness month and this week we are focusing on some of the most common warning signs for a preschool-aged kiddo, we are talking about children between 3 and 5 years old. There might be a Read more about Dyslexia Minute: Common Warning Signs for Dyslexia in Children 3-5 Years Old[…]

Dyslexia Minute: 9 Things Parents Should Do

Hi there, it’s Kimberly Stevens here from Dyslexia Reading Connection, and this week we are going to focus on 9 Things Parents Should Do and this video was inspired by Susan Barton.  1 – What can you do to learn as much as you possibly can about dyslexia? Become a case manager for your child, Read more about Dyslexia Minute: 9 Things Parents Should Do[…]

Teaching Dyslexic Children at Home? Here Are Some Tips…

Written by: Amber Creamer Under the current circumstances of our nation, many decisions are being made for us and our children, and while it’s for our well-being, it’s possible these decisions have put many parents in situations we never would have imagined being in… including being our child’s “teacher.” Although students are still getting the Read more about Teaching Dyslexic Children at Home? Here Are Some Tips…[…]

Learning, Not Limited to the Classroom

By: Kimberly Stevens The coronavirus pandemic has seriously impacted so many businesses in our community. Restaurants are closed, children cannot play on playground equipment and people are being laid off from work. Families are being forced to stay home and stay safe. Whether we like it or not, things won’t be changing for at least Read more about Learning, Not Limited to the Classroom[…]