Category Archives: Dyslexia

Hope For Parents of Dyslexics

Encouraging parents to understand their kids with dyslexia is something that I love to do. I recently had the following exchange with a parent looking for hope teaching her daughter with dyslexia.  The question seems like one that many people could likely relate to so I am sharing parts of it here. I am looking… Read More »

The Positive Aspects of Having Dyslexia

The Dyslexic has a nice collection of capabilities, which are in fact advantages when used in the right context. “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious” It’s OK and even necessary to use imagination as a scientist, entertainer or inventor, but it’s not such a good idea in other, more repetitive occupations.… Read More »

What Every Child With Dyslexia Needs

 I am thrilled, after so many years of searching, to be able to create this resource of what I pray is reliable, practical and useful information for parents of kids with dyslexia – whether you are homeschooling or not!  I wrote this post on ‘what every child with dyslexia needs’ to help focus our energy… Read More »

Reading Methods That Work With Dyslexia

Today we’re talking about which teaching methods really work with dyslexics.  The majority of what I am telling you here was learned through years of researching the most effective ways to teach my own dyslexic kids how to read and, more recently, from my studies to become a certified Orton-Gillingham dyslexia tutor.  The bottomline in… Read More »

How to Teach Kids With Dyslexia to Read

If you have been around the Homeschooling With Dyslexia web site for any length of time, you know my passion for helping parents of kids with dyslexia.  We have been navigating the seas of dyslexia since our oldest son was diagnosed some 16 years ago.  It was a steep learning curve and we made lots… Read More »

Teaching Students with Dyslexia Series: Products and Tools

  Welcome to our Teaching Students with Dyslexia Series! Here you will find encouragement and information you can use to teach your child to overcome – to work WITH their gifts and talents – and to read and write successfully. When Practice Is Just Not Enough You practice and practice, and work and work –… Read More »