Navigating the world of special education can be overwhelming. Understanding your rights under the Individuals with Disabilities and Education Act (IDEA) is an important part of being your child’s advocate. We are able to assist in educational program planning and/or attend school meetings.

Self-advocacy is also an important part of holistic support. Teaching students about their brain, developing strategies for coping with setbacks and working towards embracing neuro-diversity in ourselves and others are important skills for overcoming dyslexia.

How to Talk to Your Child’s Teacher About Dyslexia with Barbara Steinberg

The Dyslexia Quest Podcast