Category: In first person

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 […]

5 things a 12-year-old wants you to know about dyslexia

My 12-year-old daughter has a pretty kick-ass attitude about dyslexia. It’s more of a footnote¹ to […]

New year, new day, new hope

Happy New year! This year, I resolve to treat every day as a gift (at […]

Watch: New animated short film #IAmDyslexic

“Remember, you are not alone.” That is the empowering message of I AM DYSLEXIC – […]

History of dyslexia: Interview with Dr. Maggie Snowling

Poor Percy F. Diagnosed with “congenital word blindness” in 1896. What happened to Percy? Did […]

Why our schools need to say dyslexia

Me at three. I remember this day clearly. I insisted on dressing myself. Mismatched mittens […]

Telling our own story/ies

“We deserve a chance…not to be defined by what we struggle with and what we are […]