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2019 Sponsors

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We would like to thank our 30th Annual Symposium sponsors!         Share this page with your friends…

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2019 Philantrhopia Fundraising Event

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2019 Philantrhopia Fundraising Event   Get in the holiday spirit and meet others interested in supporting us at Landerhaven’s 19th Annual Philanthropia Fundraising event! The cost of admission is a minimum donation of $75 in a charity of your choice (hopefully, that is us, the Northern Ohio International Dyslexia Association!) and enjoy delicious cuisine, the […]

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Dyslexia for the Newbie

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Dyslexia for the Newbie By:  Kelli Sandman-Hurley Recently I read a blog post by a mom who was describing how overwhelmed she was feeling after her child received a diagnosis of dyslexia.  She wasn’t necessarily overwhelmed with emotion, but instead she was overwhelmed by the amount of information she had to sift through to figure […]

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Cracking the Code of Dyslexia

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Cracking the Code of Dyslexia   Please watch this CBS Sunday Morning segment to learn about dyslexia and why we advocate for the early identification and appropriate instruction for ALL struggling readers. Share this page with your friends…

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In Defense of Truth

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In Defense of Truth:  A Reply to 57 Reading Voices on the Issue of Dyslexia by Steven P. Dykstra, Ph.D., Psychology You may or may not be aware of a letter from 57 backers of balanced literacy sent to officials of the Public Broadcasting System, taking issue with the way PBS covered the topic of […]

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Dyslexia and Resilience

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Dyslexia and Resilience by Cheryl Chase, PhD., Clinical Psychologist   Smooth seas don’t make for skillful sailors. ~ Author Unknown   One undeniable fact is that, in most cases, having dyslexia makes life more difficult. During the school-age years, students with dyslexia generally have to work harder to be successful struggle with self-esteem tend to […]

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