I am so glad to be back home from Tampa. Like Dorothy said so accurately: "There is no place like home".
Here we go:
I am so excited to find Susan Barton, a wonderful advocate for Dyslexia in Pinterest. This disability has been always important to me because my son and husband are both dyslexics. I couldn't describe even if I try the frustrations I have both experienced and witnessed.
Since my son started school, I've always been on the search for resources, tips, ideas, information, or anything I could find about it. One of the best resources I found was Bright Solutions for Dyslexia. (you can sign up for free newsletters). Now, I have also found her on Pinterest, and I was amazed at all the information you can find there.
This letter below was included in a newsletter she sent a long while ago, but I have saved in my computer, and every time I read it it makes me cry as I think of my son and wonder if his new teachers will consider things like these:
I recommend you to follow her Pinterest, you will find so many helpful tips, and relevant information. Here it's, one more for you:
Thank you for reading!