Category: In first person

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My dyslexia portrait: reading anxiety, fear and fatigue

Sounds funny for a writer, but it’s been impossible for me to find the right […]

Building a better future: #infirstperson interview with Brandon Ayash

This is Brandon Ayash’s story. Now 35 years old, he’s looking to change his narrative. He’s a bright, creative, articulate and hard working person who wants to build a better career for himself. Along the way, he hopes to make the world a better place for children.

Announcing: The Great Canadian Dyslexic Project

We have The Great Canadian Baking Show. The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. The Great Canadian […]

Video: What’s it like to be dyslexic?

What’s it like to be dyslexic? That’s a very good question, and you know what? […]

Mistakes, misunderstandings and misdemeanors

That moment when you realize you’ve missed something. Misread something. Or misunderstood something that someone […]

My mom, dyslexia and the #phonicsdebate

Summary: It’s nothing new that some reading experts blame parents for their children’s reading difficulties. […]

Author interview: Mary Avery Kabrich

When I’m writing, I usually listen to one song on repeat. Working on this interview […]

Book review: Learning to fly in Once Upon A Time A Sparrow

Have you ever looked up to see one little bird flying out of sync from […]

The 10% club is knocking: Let us in!

Can we discuss the elephant in the room? Too many schools are leaving our children […]