Why We Use Readers In Residence For More Than Just Reading - language arts, learning differences, dyslexia

Why We Use Readers In Residence For More Than Just Reading

I re-read my boys' psycho-educational evaluations last week. I wanted to remind myself, as I planned for the new school year, of how vast the asynchrony is in how they learn. Honestly, it's easy to overlook the really off the charts categories. Like my youngest who, at eleven years old, can barely read at a second-grade level, but whose vocabulary and comprehension scores are...Read More

It’s Not Always Forward – mothering a regressive child

Regression happens. Five years post diagnosis, I have lost track of how many times it has happened. I know this is just the nature of things. But... We were getting used to things being easier, not so intense, not so destructive, not so rigid. We began to relax, to exhale, to forget. We also began to schedule more, take on more daily requirements, travel,...Read More