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This podcast is devoted to encouraging and inspiring adults with dyslexia to make more room in their life for Christ. Listeners will hear biblical truth that will uplift and challenge them to find a place for dyslexia in their life and let Christ take center stage of their life.
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Voices of Dyslexia

Dyslexia Resource Center

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Voices of Dyslexia is a podcast hosted by Dr Laura Cassidy and the team at the Dyslexia Resource Center. We are a helping hand for parents, educators, and other community champions surrounding dyslexia. Together, we can break the cycle of stigma and take the mystery out of dyslexia.
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Dyslexia Journey is a podcast with conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with dyslexia. Increase your understanding and connection with your child as you help them embrace their uniqueness and thrive on this challenging journey!
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Dyslexia Duo Podcast

Aimee Rodenroth / Melissa Dean

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Podcast episodes guiding you on dealing with dyslexia from the unique perspective of a parent. Episodes will deal with what are the early signs of dyslexia, and also delve into the intricacies of the curricula. Many episodes will be dedicated to the challenges that parents experience when attempting to obtain the support that they need for their child from their school system.
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Welcome to the Dyslexia Life Hacks Show, where we explore the stories of diverse individuals, ranging from engineers and barristers to entrepreneurs and developers of assistive technology. Each episode takes an in-depth look into the personal journey of our guests, uncovering their struggles and triumphs with dyslexia. Discover the unique strengths that dyslexia brings and meet the individuals who provide steadfast support to dyslexics. Join us for insightful conversations that celebrate res ...
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Are you an adult with dyslexia? Maybe you are a parent of a dyslexic teenager or have a partner you know has dyslexia. This podcast could be just for you. My name is Stephen and at the age of 38 I have been on a journey for the last few years to discover more about my dyslexia & ADHD. I share stories and learnings that go beyond reading, writing and spelling challenges. Life lessons around communication, work, relationships and navigating the visual mind. I wish I had known what I know today ...
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What's it like to live and learn with a learning differences? Together we will explore this question through conversations with people who have learning differences and/or are experts in this field. Hosted by a Marco Montalbano a high school student with dyslexia. Each month Marco will explore stories and strategies behind peoples' successes and difficulties with learning differences.
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Welcome to the Dyslexia in Adults podcast, a weekly podcast discussing the reality of dyslexia, but only in adults. I'm Natalie, the Founder of Dyslexia in Adults, and I am incredibly passionate about talking specifically about adult dyslexia. It frustrates me so much when people talk about child dyslexia with only a cursory mention of adult dyslexia. When you think about it, there are more adults with dyslexia as nearly seventy percent of the worlds population are over the age of eighteen! ...
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Are you an adult with learning disabilities (LD) or dyslexia? Do you often feel invisible in your everyday life because no one understands you? Have you been told you have LD—but don’t know what that means? Do you work with, teach, or live with someone who has LD? If so, these podcasts are for you! Each episode is full of practical, free tips and tricks to challenge and inspire you. We’ll share laughs, stories, and ideas that you can use today in your own life. I’m a professor who has been d ...
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Dyslexia Coffee Talk

The Dyslexia Initiative

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Welcome to Coffee Talk with the Dyslexia Initiative. Come join us for a cup of coffee and a conversation. We are so excited to have you join us! Each Coffee Talk will be a different subject. We will discuss various topics about dyslexia, remediation advocacy, and all other areas relating to dyslexia. Host: Ashley Roberts
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Dyslexia Podcast

Kyler Malone

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My podcast about dyslexia offers a unique understanding of my topic by giving a strong personal experience and strong unique viewpoints of others. Cover art photo provided by Josh Rose on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@joshsrose
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Dyslexia Notes explores a variety of topics related to Dyslexia and music. The information in my podcast is based on my personal experience and is not meant to be a comprehensive resource on the topics I discuss. Please seek out professional assistance if you need additional support.If you would like to reach me, send a DM to my Instagram @KBBoboe
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In this podcast, educators from Charles Armstrong School (Belmont, CA) share expertise, advice, and stories to support and inform students with dyslexia and their families. We deeply believe that the potential of students with dyslexia is UNBOUNDED!
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What is there to know about Dyslexia Welcome to my podcast I am a high schooler and obviously a teen and love to share my perspective on the world Contact us at dyslexiafriendly1@gmail.com OR MESSAGE US AT https://anchor.fm/dyslexia-friendly/message Follow us at https://www.instagram.com/dyslexiafriendly/ Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dyslexia-friendly/support
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Across Canada educators and researchers are working together with the common goal of ensuring that every child can realize their right to read. Many schools have begun to implement early screening, evidence-informed classroom instruction, and early intervention. Educators in these schools say that the results of these changes have been transformative, both for students and teachers. Many more are curious about these practices but are unsure of what these changes look like in the classroom or ...
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British Dyslexia Association

British Dyslexia Association

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The British Dyslexia Association is the voice for 10% of the population that experience dyslexia. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. We campaign to encourage schools to work towards becoming dyslexia-friendly; to reduce the number of dyslexic young people in the criminal justice system; and to enable dyslexic people to achieve their potential in the workplace. We ...
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Go Dyslexia Podcast

Dr. Erica Warren @ Good Sensory Learning

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The Go Dyslexia podcast features discussions with dyslexia experts from around the globe on topics such as assistive technology, entrepreneurship, learning strategies, and cognitive remedial tools. Now, therapists, teachers, parents, and individuals with dyslexia can get advice, strategies, material suggestions and more.
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Dyslexia, Let’s Talk About It is a podcast from the Fundamental Learning Center with host Jessica Stong. We'll bring you stories of hope, inspiration, and information from the current research to discuss dyslexia which impacts roughly 1 in 5 children today. This neurologically-based superpower is characterized by difficulties with reading, writing, and spelling but with incredible strengths in other areas like creativity and visual-spatial skills. For more information about FLC's work, pleas ...
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Dyslexia Solutions

Dr. Marianne Cintron

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Interviews and podcasts to discuss how we can help parents to work with dyslexic students. Dr. Marianne Cintron, founder of Dyslexia Solutions, wants to bring peace to parents' homes by helping their dyslexic children read, so they can build their self-esteem, unlock their genius minds, and realize their full potential!
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The IEP process and the world of special education can be confusing and overwhelming for parents, teachers, and students, alike. But it doesn’t have to be! Learning Essentials has teamed up with experts to give you valuable insights into the IEP process and the world of special education —and it’s free! Join Wendy Taylor, M.Ed., ET/P as she hosts educators, psychologists, and other medical providers who provide pro tips on what to ask, what to bring, and what to take away from your next spec ...
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Welcome to 'Cloudy with a Chance of Dyslexia', a hub where technology clouds rain innovation and open skies for everyone, including those with dyslexia. Here, we navigate the vast expanse of AI and automation, uncovering how these tools elevate our visual world and make it more accessible. Embark on a journey through digital landscapes where the future is written not just in code, but in the very way we perceive it. From showcasing groundbreaking tech to exploring visual learning techniques, ...
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I, like many dyslexics, (sadly) grew up thinking I was stupid. I don’t want anyone else thinking they are dumb, less valued than those around them, or not good enough because their brain isn’t “normal.” That’s why I created the Dyslexia Is Our Superpower Podcast. Episode by episode a community of badass dyslexics has formed to show the world that dyslexia truly is a superpower. So whether you are a family member or educator of an awesome dyslexic or whether you have dyslexic superpowers your ...
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For two decades, I believed that my ADHD was a disability. Only at the age of 41 would I come to realize that my ADHD was an incredible asset, and when I leaned into that, I achieved greater success than ever before. ADHD is the engine behind my own success as a networker and coach. Over the past few years, I have spoken with thousands of entrepreneurs, and found that many of them have some kind of neurodiverse diagnosis. ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD, and more. Like me, for many of them, thei ...
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There’s no Money in the NHS for Adult ADHD! These are the words which our guest, Sarah Templeton, heard for NHS GPs time and time again before having to go private to prove that she did in fact have ADHD! That diagnosis of ADHD then kicked off the diagnosis of other conditions for Sarah, such as Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Central Processing Disorde…
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Today's episode is titled 'Denial and Dyslexia.' This word, denial, has sometimes gotten a bad rap... However, it can help us out. How, you might ask... well, denial has a way of buying us time to process and adjust to our new normal. However, we don't want to stay in denial longer than necessary. Denial allows us to look at things differently and …
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The Louisiana Key Academy is set to make a significant impact in Ruston, Louisiana, with the opening of its new learning pod this August. Dr. Laura Cassidy of the Dyslexia Resource Center recently sat down with Jenny Morse, the Director of this upcoming Ruston Learning Pod, to discuss the exciting development and what it means for the local communi…
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Episode 77 - The Sneaky Ways Dyslexia Impacts Our Lives So maybe you have a good idea of the challenges with dyslexia, and maybe you have a good idea of the strengths which come with dyslexia. But do you really know the sneaky way in which dyslexia impacts our lives? Well fear not! In this episode I go through some of the sneaky ways dyslexia can i…
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Send us a Text Message. In part 3 of our popular series on dyslexia in everyday life, we discuss five more ways that dyslexia affects everyday life outside of a school setting. Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of gu…
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In this episode of Dyslexia Explored, host Darius Namdaran is joined by Annie Hitchman and Nikki Allford to delve into the impact of hormones on dyslexia and ADHD, particularly in women. They discuss how fluctuations such as menopause and menstrual cycles can exacerbate challenges. The episode also examines how mind mapping can aid individuals with…
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In this episode we will interview Habib Subjally an incredibly Successful investor who will share his stories with dyslexia ranging from his co-diagnosis with his daughter to success strategies he used to thrive with his learning difference and how his dyslexia paved a path to a career in finance for him. You can learn more about him on the link be…
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This episode is about grieving with hope. Dyslexia may be a new diagnosis or you have known about it for a long time. You will grieve. But grieve with the hope that you will make it. You will still accomplish many things in your life. You will reach your goal. Thank you for joining me on another episode of Dyslexia Uniquely Gifted.…
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Episode 76 - Dyslexia and Non-linear Thinking Do you know what non-linear thinking is? It's one of those less common known dyslexia strengths that we haven't even covered on this podcast yet! So is this episode I rectify this as we delve deep into; what is non-linear thinking, why is it a strength, and why does it present such a challenge sometimes…
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Send us a Text Message. 5 tips for helping your dyslexic child during summer break! Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with dyslexia. Increase your understanding and…
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We have made it to the last episode in our series with dyslexia experts, Dr. Bennett Shaywitz and Dr. Sally Shaywitz! In this episode we are discussing a call for help in our communities to get the word out about dyslexia! If you know anyone that can help us get this word out, please send them our way. We want them to be in our next podcast episode…
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This story starts when I turned 18 years old, it was 2002, I was riding a Honda - CB400 Super 4, mid-length hair, at College doing Automotive Engineering, and Dyslexia was not something I talked about. At this point in my life career advisors would push university on you. But I WAS DONE! I poured everything I had into my College course. And this is…
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Today's episode is titled The Amos Principle. Amos is a minor prophet with a powerful message of warning and hope. The principle that runs through this message is that God is a God of love, longsuffering, and justice. He offers this to each of us and will keep His promise if we return to Him. Those who have dyslexia, remember this principle and don…
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In this episode, Stephen shares updates and learnings from his recent experiences. He emphasizes the importance of seeking professional help and not trying to solve problems on your own. He shares his own experience of getting stitches and getting his shoulder fixed, realizing that he should have sought help earlier. Stephen also discusses his jour…
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Episode 75 - Dyslexia and Big Picture Thinking Don't forget to download the free guide to dyslexia! *** Free Guide "Decode Dyslexia at Work" *** Includes advice and tips such as: Simple and easy-to-understand explanation of dyslexic strengths, Our best and most recommended dyslexic strategies, and Building confidence and learning how to be proud of…
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Send us a Text Message. Accommodations for dyslexia in school are critical, but it's also important to think carefully about exactly when and when NOT to use them. Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psy…
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We are so excited to have dyslexia experts, Dr. Bennett Shaywitz and Dr. Sally Shaywitz in this episode where we discuss our recent article about the prevalence of dyslexia in the prison population. This is part 3 to a series that we will continue to share as we do our part to get the word out about dyslexia! Think you or your child might be dyslex…
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The podcast episode explores the potential benefits of self-hypnosis for individuals with dyslexia and other neurodiverse conditions. Self-hypnosis is described as a process where individuals induce a state of relaxation, making the subconscious mind more receptive to positive suggestions and changes. The script discusses how self-hypnosis works, i…
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Episode 74 - How I got a £62k Grant for my Dyslexia This is Dyslexia's best kept secret! In this episode I share how you, like myself and many others with Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism, Dyspraxia, you name it, can recivie a government grant to support you in the workplace. This is called the Access to Work Scheme and it's avaible for thoes with dyslexia a…
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Send us a Text Message. Who wouldn’t want extra time on all their tests? Well, it’s not as great as you might think at first... iMOM Podcast If you need a mom friend right now, you’ve come to the right place. On iMOM.com we... Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic chil…
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Welcome to this episode of Dyslexia Explored. Today, Darius is joined by Natalie Brooks, a professional who has navigated the complexities of dyslexia throughout her varied career paths. From her early educational experiences to her current role aiding others with dyslexia in their professional lives, Natalie shares insightful stories and practical…
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What's the BIGGEST misconception about Dyslexia? People with Dyslexia can’t learn to read or write. Well in this episode of the Podcast, we hear from Kait Feriante from Chicago to share with us why she is on a mission to help everyone struggling with literacy realise their potential and grow confidence to achieve their dreams and aspirations. Growi…
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What is the definition and meaning behind dyslexia? In this episode of Voices of Dyslexia, Drs Bennett & Sally Shaywitz are continuing the conversation with Dr. Laura Cassidy explaining how the definition has evolved over the years. This is Part 2 to a series that we will continue to share as we do our part to get the word out about dyslexia! Liste…
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Today's episode of Dyslexia Uniquely Gifted Podcast is titled 'Facing the Truth.' It took me many years, but I came face to face with myself. I could not read. When I finally sought help, I was an adult. I was diagnosed with dyslexia. I learned that it wasn't fatal, but people actually lived with dyslexia and led productive lives. Then I became a C…
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In this podcast episode, Stephen from The Truth About Dyslexia reflects on his recent injury and introduces a replay of his favorite interview with Dr. Halliwell, a leading expert on ADHD who also has dyslexia. They discuss the overlap between ADHD and dyslexia, misconceptions about both conditions, and strategies for managing them effectively. Dr.…
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Episode 73 - Dictation the Secret Dyslexia Hack Don't forget to download the free guide to dyslexia! *** Free Guide "Decode Dyslexia at Work" *** Includes advice and tips such as: Simple and easy-to-understand explanation of dyslexic strengths, Our best and most recommended dyslexic strategies, and Building confidence and learning how to be proud o…
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Send us a Text Message. Dr. Benjamin Powers is the executive director of The Southport School, an independent day school for neurodiverse children in grades 2-8 who have language-based learning differences and/or ADHD. Powers also serves as president of The Dyslexia Foundation, Founder & Executive Director of The Southport CoLAB, and as Director of…
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We are so excited to have dyslexia experts, Dr. Bennett Shaywitz and Dr. Sally Shaywitz in this episode where we discuss our recent collaboration on the published article on the prevalence of undiagnosed dyslexia in African-American primary school children. This is part 1 to a series that we will continue to share as we do our part to get the word …
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Today's episode is titled 'Changed by the Word.' If you want a change, go straight to the Word and bow before the Word, Christ Jesus. Did He not say, come boldly before My throne of grace, and in your hour of need, He will be merciful, and you will find the grace you need to change. The Word is powerful. Let it be powerful in your life today. Hope…
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In this episode of the Dyslexia Explored podcast, join me, your host, as I take you to the Dyslexia Show 2024 in the UK. We interview over 20 participants and attendees about dyslexia in the workplace. This episode delves into how dyslexia impacts professional environments, featuring personal stories and expert insights. We also explore awareness o…
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In this podcast episode, Stephen from The Truth About Dyslexia explores the intricacies of confidence, particularly in the context of neurodiversity such as dyslexia or ADHD. He reflects on personal experiences and recent sessions with a practitioner named Andre Kenny. Stephen delves into the complex relationship between confidence and neurodiversi…
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Episode 72 - Dyslexia and Embracing Vulnerability Don't forget to download the free guide to dyslexia! *** Free Guide "Decode Dyslexia at Work" *** Includes advice and tips such as: Simple and easy-to-understand explanation of dyslexic strengths, Our best and most recommended dyslexic strategies, and Building confidence and learning how to be proud…
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Send us a Text Message. Did you know that dyslexic kids are more likely to have problems with motor skills? We didn’t either! Join us as we review three recent scientific papers about dyslexia. Here are the three papers from the show: Decarli, G, et al. “Motor Skills and Capacities in Developmental Dyslexia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” …
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When Emily Gee became that student at school who was left behind and forgotten, it was hard to see where she fitted into the world. Always having that sense at school that something wasn’t quite right when struggling with common challenges of dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia. Emily always found comfort and confidence in the performing arts. Bein…
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Today's episode is titled "The Joel Principle." It is a short yet powerful message of judgment and hope. The principle today is that God is always near. Even when He must reveal our true condition, He walks with us as He leads us away from our place of comfort and safety. As adults with dyslexia, we may not have responded to our past or how people …
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In this conversation, Dr. Laura Cassidy discusses common myths and misconceptions about dyslexia. She addresses the misconception that more boys than girls have dyslexia, clarifying that the prevalence is equal. She also debunks the myth that dyslexia is simply writing letters backwards, explaining that dyslexia is a difficulty in matching the spok…
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Alex Williams of The Anxiety Institute walks us through ALL of the essentials when it comes to navigating the complex world of mental health services. You won’t want to miss this conversation and all the wonderful and informative ways that Alex shares her expertise and knowledge with us! Discover more about mental health services in this episode. M…
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Summary In this episode, Stephen Martin discusses the importance of clearing emotional baggage that stems from childhood and holds many individuals with dyslexia and neurodiversity back. He shares his personal journey of trying different techniques to overcome emotional triggers and find emotional balance. Stephen emphasizes the need to address emo…
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Episode 71 - Dealing with my Dyslexic Mistakes Don't forget to download the free guide to dyslexia! *** Free Guide "Decode Dyslexia at Work" *** Includes advice and tips such as: Simple and easy-to-understand explanation of dyslexic strengths, Our best and most recommended dyslexic strategies, and Building confidence and learning how to be proud of…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode of Dyslexic Voices we talk with dyslexic political psychologist Abby! You can find Abby online at https://www.youtube.com/@PoliticalPsychwithAbby iMOM Podcast If you need a mom friend right now, you’ve come to the right place. On iMOM.com we... Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Dyslexia Journey has conversati…
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Summary Stephen Martin reflects on the challenges he is trying to overcome and the tools he uses to navigate his neurodiverse mind. He discusses the importance of finding motivation and resetting after achieving a goal. He also shares his contentment with his personal life and the need to focus on his fitness. The principal theme of this part of th…
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Today's episode is titled "Peace Robber." Life is hard enough, but when you have a learning ability, some things can go undetected, such as why you may be sad or fearful, and it's difficult to determine the cause. The peace you once had is fleeting. Well, that is what happened to me. I thought it was my job, but it turned out to be because of my dy…
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Ashley Barlow, a special education attorney based in Kentucky, joins Wendy Taylor on the podcast. Ashley brings a unique perspective to the discussion, drawing from her experience as a teacher, attorney, parent of a child with Down syndrome, and someone with a physical disability. Main Discussion Points: Free and Appropriate Education Under IDEA: E…
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In this conversation, Laura Cassidy and Andromeda Cartwright discuss the legal rights of dyslexic students. They emphasize the importance of understanding these rights and advocating for them. They cover topics such as the right to an assessment, the use of the term 'dyslexia', the difference between 504 plans and IEPs, and the importance of a supp…
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Episode 70 - Dyslexia Success Story with CMO of Samsung Europe, Benjamin Braun. This episode is a little different. In this episode I am joined by the brilliant Benjamin Braun, the CMO of Samsung Europe! My aim with these ocasional guest interviews is to share and demonstarte real world examples of people who are scuessful BECAUSE of their dyslexia…
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