Both myself and my son have Dyslexia. I did not know till we had him diagnosed. Australia dose not recognize Dyslexia in early education. I will be paddling my kayak on several long trips next year to raise awareness. Using the hastag #D20 (DYSLEXICS 20 % ) MoreLess
Location: Townsville, Australia
I own Skills for Success Learning, an educational therapy company, We work with children with special needs and their families to build reading and writing skills, improve working memory/attention ability and foster a love of learning. MoreLess
Expertise: Educatio ...
Location: Corona, CA
Kirsten is an educator, parent, and director of a tutoring center. She specializes in differentiated learning, curriculum development, student advocacy and helping students from pre-school to grad school be the best they can be! MoreLess
Expertise: Reading ...
Location: Macomb, MI
Director/Owner of Child & Family Psychological Services Clinic. School Psychologist in Private Practice for the past 35 years. Past-President of WIBIDA and mother of a gifted dyslexic/ADHD daughter - now a very successful adult. my main aspiration is for the world/public school systems, etc. to recognize, understand and meet the needs of our amazing dyslexic people and understand their numerous gifts! MoreLess
Expertise: See abov ...
Location: Madison, WI. USA
Health and Nutrition Journalist, Health Coach, and Board Member for The Lupus Foundation of America,
Marisa is also the founder of LupusChick.com, a 501c3, and author of Lupus: Real Life, Real Patients, Real Talk, now available on Amazon. MoreLess
Expertise: Lupus, A ...
Location: New York
Hey, I'm Paige. I enjoy getting fit more when it feels less like a chore. Looking for some fun new activities to add to my repertoire. Am a fan of dance, kickboxing, and bodyweight resistance training. MoreLess
I am an experienced educator and certified administrator with a background in literacy, special education, business & pre-law who is seeking a doctoral degree in Teacher Education & Development. Technology infusion, growth assessment and multi-sensory instruction are my interests. My research work is based upon brain literacy, early intervention and the development of a quality, multi-approach teacher literacy intervention program, in order to transform a struggling reader into a well-skilled, efficient reader. After a car accident returning reading folders for my principal internship, I became interested in fitness. My health interest continues in the area because I see the connections to behavioral interventions. As I am completing Orton Gillingham certification, my future plans are to become involved in Dyslexia Learning Centers and Decoding Dyslexia volunteer programs. MoreLess