Category: In first person

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┬áchance…not to be defined by what we struggle with and what we are […]

How i didn’t learn to read

I’m a child and this is how I learnt to read or you could say […]

Say dyslexia

It’s getting harder to ignore the growing number of dyslexia naysayers in the world. Educators and reading experts are meant to help us, but it hurts when they won’t say dyslexia.

Book review: My Dyslexia

“This much is clear: The mind of the dyslexic is different from the minds of […]

2017: It’s time for change!

As a parent, I struggle daily to ensure my daughter gets the help she needs […]

What students with dyslexia want you to know

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