All posts by lostandfoundbooks

I am unable to withstand the gravitational pull of bookstores and anything vintage. I am passionate about art, books, coffee, public radio (CBC), social justice and writing.

What students with dyslexia want you to know

The student panel at the 2016 dyslexia conference in Toronto blew the audience away with […]

Support children with dyslexia: Sign the petition!

With early identification and effective teaching, dyslexic children can learn to read and succeed at […]

Video: Dysplamentary #dyslexia documentary (part 2)

In my last post, I wrote about the Dyspla collective, which celebrates dyslexic story makers […]

Video: monsters, mavericks, mothers (part 1)

Dyslexics are no longer relegated to the dummy table. We are telling our stories–part confessional, part […]

Top 10 Halloween costumes for dyslexics

Halloween is here! If you’re dyslexic, you’re in luck. There are lots of great costumes […]

New video: Faces of dyslexia

After spending most of my life living in the shadow of undiagnosed dyslexia, I am […]

Campaign: Helping your child, and you, #BeUnderstood

Understood.org is a helpful and trusted source of information about learning and attention issues. Their […]

In first person: how does #dyslexia affect your relationship to language?

The Oxford Dictionary invited three guest contributors to explain, in their own unedited words, how their […]

Study: Dyslexia-related gaps can appear by first grade

No surprise for parents of children with dyslexia: researchers have found that academic gaps related […]