1. What Is Dyscalculia?

    Dyscalculia is a term referring to learning disabilities involving math. It is sometimes called, “math dyslexia”, although dyscalculia and dyslexia are not the same thing. Experts estimate that three to six percent of the population suffers from some form of dyscalculia. This may seem like a sma…Read More

  2. Overcoming Barriers To Learning In The Classroom

    The privilege of receiving an education is one of the greatest opportunities we can grasp as we grow.  Our time in school should be joyous, exciting, and inspiring as we take what we learn and decide who we want to become. For a child experiencing barriers to learning, however, school can be an inc…Read More

  3. I’m Dyslexic, But I’m Not Stupid: A Child’s View Of Dyslexia

    As a student, being diagnosed with a learning disability such as dyslexia is a challenge.  Not only does it make a child feel “singled out” and “different”, it can cause other issues as well. People on the outside of the diagnosis looking in may assume things about the learner.  For instan…Read More

  4. Dyslexia and Emerging Technology

    When breaking through some of the myths and stigmas surrounding dyslexia and dyscalculia, it’s important to remember a few key facts. About 70%-80% of people globally who have reading disabilities or poor reading skills suffer from dyslexia specifically. One in five students, or 15%-20% of the pop…Read More

  5. Social Emotional Support For Children With Learning Disabilities

    When your child is diagnosed with a learning disability, it can be natural to have concerns about what they will struggle with as they continue on their educational pathway.  What we also need to realize is that they may also struggle with their diagnosis, and they may develop anxieties and emotion…Read More

  6. Things Parents and Teachers Need to Know About Dyslexia

    Going to school should be a place of fun and excitement, not stress and chaos.  For a child with a learning disability such as dyslexia, school is a scary and unwelcoming place.  Tasks that other children find joyous and simple to undertake are challenging and frustrating. Quite often, a diagnosis…Read More

  7. Dyslexia and Dyscalculia: How Multisensory Learning Can Help

    Language-based learning disabilities affect anywhere from 15-20% of the adult population.Of those, dyslexia is by far the most common. Whether you’re a parent, a sibling, a teacher, or caretaker; odds are you’ve encountered dyslexia before. Another less common but equally frustrating condition i…Read More