Today, there are 193 recognized countries in the world. And according to a recent review published in the journal Science, about 10 percent of people worldwide live with specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, and autism. Meanwhile, Article 24 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities requires countries around Read More…
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S3, E3: Ask the Experts – Making Reading Fundamental for Dyslexics
On this episode of “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity,” our panel of experts (Rosemarie DeJarnett, Dr. Wendy J. Ross, and Dr. Maureen Ruby) shares practical strategies to help parents better support their struggling readers at home.
S3, E2: Ask the Experts – Embracing Neurodiversity
On this episode of “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity,” our expert panel reveals ways that employers can and should leverage the benefits of a neurodiverse workforce.
S2, E11: Ask The Experts – Helping Neurodiverse Children Forge Friendships
On this “Ask the Experts” segment, our panel of experts (Dr. Nicki Nance and Dr. Holly Schiff) shares wise counsel and helpful tips for helping neurodivergent children forge friendships.
S2, E10: Ask The Experts – Bolstering Your Child’s Working Memory
On this “Ask the Experts” segment, on this “Ask the Experts” segment, our panel of experts (Dr. Rebecca Jackson and Dr. A.J. Marsden) will offer actionable strategies that parents can use to strengthen their child’s working memory.
S2, E9: Ask The Experts – All in the (neurodiverse) Family
On this “Ask the Experts” segment, our panel of experts (Dr. Chelsey Hauge-Zavaleta and Alexander Morris-Wood) shares wise counsel and helpful tips for multi-generational neurodiverse families.
S2, E8: Ask The Experts – Boosting Executive Function for LD Kids
For strategies and advice to empower your child with dyslexia, on this episode of “A World of Difference,” we turn to the experts: Dr. Elliott Jaffa, Angela Karanja, Dana Manzo, and Michelle Nielson.
S2, E7: Ask The Experts – Empowering Students with Dyslexia
For strategies and advice to empower your child with dyslexia, on this episode of “A World of Difference,” we turn to the experts: Jen Burch, Rosemarie DeJarnett, Dr. Dennis Eastman, and Dr. Nicole Tetreault.
S2, E6: Ask The Experts – Assistive Technology with Google’s Laura Allen
Our “Ask the Expert” guest gets personal with assistive technology, offering insights and strategies to help families best leverage assistive technology to enhance your child’s chances for success. Laura Allen is the Head of Strategy for Accessibility and Disability Inclusion at Google.
S2, E5: Ask The Experts – Magic of Music for Kids who Learn Differently
Discussing the magic of music for children who learn differently are this episode’s panelists: Frank Fitzpatrick and Dr. Alice Hammel.