Assistive technology is defined as any device or piece of equipment that helps bypass, work around or compensate for an individual’s specific learning challenges. For example, a student who struggles with reading but who has good listening skills might benefit from listening to audio books. Below ... Read More about Assistive Technology in schools
Dyslexia Resource Group DRG’s mission is to provide education, support, and voice for families of students with dyslexia in the Denver metro area. They host monthly events on a wide variety of relevant topics such as Self-Advocacy, Assistive Technology, Accommodations, Social Emotional and ... Read More about Dyslexia Resources
Check out this simulation that shows what if feels like to have dyslexia. This video gives a great overview of what dyslexia is and what it is not. ... Read More about What does it feel like to have dyslexia?
Section 504 is a part of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that prohibits discrimination based upon disability – this includes dyslexia and AD/HD. To learn more, check out A Parent’s Guide to Section 504 in Public Schools This article answers the following questions: What is Section ... Read More about What is Section 504?
Vision Therapy is a topic that I get many questions about from parents. What is vision therapy? Is it necessary? Will it help my child? From a financial standpoint, should I invest time and money in vision therapy or reading remediation? This article may provide you with answers. It is a policy ... Read More about Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, and Vision