|Name: mitha | Date: Oct 25th, 2010 11:27 AM
|My seven year old child who used to score 95% of marks while he was till 2nd grade..but now he scores around 70%and lacks spirit and concentration..very inquisitivestill ↑|
|Name: Bill | Date: Nov 8th, 2010 6:34 PM
|If you live in Phoenix Arizona there is a great dyslexia teacher that will help your child incredibly. Her name Is Kali Lynch and her Phone number is 602-334-7415 ↑|
|Name: Finoula | Date: Nov 15th, 2010 10:17 PM
|i'm dyslexic andi used to get called stupid by my prymary school teachers and i didn't get any help what so ever in school yet with the support of my family and friends it helped me to improve and i passed all my school subjects with a's b's a*'s so don't worry to much just he'll him along . ↑|
|Name: katherine gleeson | Date: Dec 8th, 2010 5:06 PM
|Dyslexia group |
Increase awareness and understanding of the effects of dyslexia ... Bring together those involved with dyslexic adults and children to discuss ways…
and the aim to bring about a dyslexia friendly society. We are in England, the Town of Luton.I started the group to aim to encourage organizations and individuals to work together represent the needs of dyslexic people, that we can work together sharing and adding Literacy information on the site to raise awareness of dyslexia… support all to reach their full potential as audience or members, to take positive action to achieve this. To work with others in the aim to bring about improvements and build a wider group of people the opportunity to do ... meaning to a much wider audience than the individual alone. I'm hopeful that we can make this happen together.
|Name: Holly Muzzy | Date: Dec 8th, 2010 5:51 PM
|Go to www.brightsolutions.us to get some info, and www.ldonline.com. Get your child tested outside of the school system. If you suspect dyslexia, you will need a dx to get the help that is needed. If child does not qualify for an IEP, get a 504, and push for it, nicely of course. This is the first steps to take. If your child has been tested by the school that is fine. www.brightsolutions.us will have dyslexia testers that they will give out or go to a neuropsychologist. Schools label LD, they DO NOT test for dyslexia, that is why it is important to go outside the school. Hope this helps, touch back with us so people can help you. It is there for you and your child. I would let the school know that you are going to an outside source, this will give them the heads up, that your not taking just a LD label. The programs will not work, if your child has true dyslexia. ↑|
|Name: smiey47 | Date: Jan 10th, 2011 3:10 AM
|Hi, I noticed my daughter had difficulty with the alphabet when she was in preschool. She could not complete a rhyme and confused right/left and up/down. Her assessment in kindergarten was similar but we were told she would grow out of it. I noticed great difficulty with learning to read in first grade. She was able to get some phonics help but did not qualify for Project Read because her score was not low enough. I had her tutored that summer and during 2nd grade by a teacher. NO improvement because she had the wrong type of tutoring. I did not know she had dyslexia. I thought she was lazy. She was at the end of first grade reading level by the end of 2nd grade.|
Miraculously, I met a teacher and I discussed my daughters problems with reading. She immediately thought my daughter had dyslexia and recommended that i visit the Susan Barton website (formerly bright solutions.com). I listened to the free video and read all of the information. My daughter had most of the symptoms. I cried and cried and felt awful and guilty at how I treated my daughter. I am angered at the school system because I feel they should have told me about the signs of dyslexia. I would have gotten her the right kind of tutoring. I am still angry!!! Because my daughter is a bright child, she did not qualify for testing or help from the school. I really did not care about the school paying for it because I would have paid for it, I JUST WANTED TO KNOW WHY THE TEACHERS ARE NOT EDUCATED ABOUT DYSLEXIA!!!!
My daughter is in her second year of being tutored with the Susan Barton system by the passionate teacher I met. She is in the fourth grade and is reading at fourth grade level. Spelling is improving but she struggles with sequencing, math problems, and sometimes comprehension. She has constant headaches (heredity and also I think due to dyslexia). Overall she is a fairly confident girl who is athletic and plays the piano.
My question to those who have dyslexia, when you were tutored as a child, do you think it helped in high school or do you wish you would have had more help in high school? My daughter has not been officially diagnosed but has had the assessments for dyslexia. I worry and want to do the right thing. Thanks for listening. ↑
|Name: tali | Date: Jan 20th, 2011 10:15 PM
|im dyslexic and im 14 type dyslexia action into internet go in their site call them.... thell help they helpd and tested me but if you want the test it cost quit a lot though for me abou £450 ↑|
|Name: joydekkers | Date: Feb 18th, 2011 12:15 AM
|My name is Joy and I am part of the development team of a new Dyslexia intervention program that just recently has been put on the market.|
I do apologize for contacting you so directly, but I noticed your forum entry, and thought that perhaps we can help.
We offer a free and accurate Assessment test that will analyze the underlying causes of your child’s reading struggles. This assessment is offered free of charge.
If searching for the causes to your child’s reading struggles has been occupying you, please go to www.dynaread.com and have your child take the free assessment test. In 15-20 minutes you can have all the answers you are looking for!
Our website also contains a lot of information on Reading and Reading Struggles.
Hope this is of help to you, with warm regards,
|Name: jone | Date: Feb 23rd, 2011 3:56 PM
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|Name: no law in Ohio for dyslexia | Date: Jul 1st, 2011 1:18 AM
|I noticed a few people have mentioned that they were upset because the teachers are not educated in regards to dyslexia. There are not that many states that require teachers to be knowledgeable for dyslexia. It is not a law. In Ohio it is not a law and other states as well. Also the schools in certain states do not have to test for dyslexia Ohio being one of them. I hope this helps. It is very sad!!! I feel for all of the parents that are going through all of this trying to figure ways to get their child the help that he/she needs. ↑|
|Name: lindsey | Date: Sep 11th, 2011 9:54 AM
|my child has dyslexia and has the same problems as your son.you should contact Susan Barton of Bright Solutions (brightsolutions.com).let me know how you get on. ↑|
|Name: Lindsey | Date: Sep 11th, 2011 9:59 AM
|try colored paper.it works for my daughter.she cant read white pink and yellow but can read blue and orange almost ok.good luck. ↑|
|Name: Eillish | Date: Dec 24th, 2011 3:06 PM
|Hi i have dylexia myself so i think i clould tell siptoms quiet well 1. getting letters muddles up 2. seeing lettters the wrong way round most common letters are b and d and also p and q as the look very smiliar 3. Also a poor lack of confidance whislest reading out loud 4 also poor spelling 5 finding reading quiet hard is also a simptom ↑|