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The Power of Literacy and the Role of a Guided Curriculum

Reading and writing are essential tools that open up vast opportunities. For parents of dyslexic children, ensuring their child can effectively use these tools is of utmost importance. But what if these children encounter challenges in reading and writing? How does it impact their future, and how can dedicated parents assist? The Dyslexic Child in […]

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Reading Comprehension Strategies for Dyslexics

Dyslexia, a learning disability that affects reading, writing, and spelling skills, can present unique challenges when it comes to reading comprehension. Reading comprehension is a critical skill for success in both academic and non-academic spheres, making it essential for parents to support their dyslexic child in this area. This article aims to provide parents with

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Cognitive Disabilities and Reading Instructions

Reading is a vital skill that opens doors to countless opportunities in life. For students with significant cognitive disabilities, effective reading instruction is crucial to lay the foundation for future growth and achievement. This blog post aims to explore effective strategies for teaching students with significant cognitive disabilities. It also deals with some of the

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Learning Disabilities in Writing (Dysgraphia)

Learning disabilities in writing can involve the physical act of writing or the mental activity of comprehending information. Basic writing disorder refers to physical difficulty forming words and letters. An expressive writing disability indicates a struggle to organize thoughts on paper. What Are the Symptoms? Symptoms of a written language learning disability involve the act

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