The answer is yes! Be sure to always have readers follow along in the text as they listen to audiobooks, though. While accommodating with audiobooks, continue to use multi-sensory, language-based interventions to address the underlying challenges related to dyslexia. Also, remember that many students with dyslexia are very creative and have spatial awareness and “big picture thinking” strengths that can be better utilized to make learning easier.
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!May 11, 2018
2018 Teacher Appreciation Week freebies and deals Check them out here!
Friends Coffee & TeaApril 27, 2018
Friends Coffee & Tea on Bascom is open and offers work skills training for Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN). Has anyone had a chance to stop by yet? We plan to go soon! Click here to view their Facebook page!
Hoarding in ChildrenApril 27, 2018
Do you have a child that hoards things? This article provides information about how to distinguish ‘hoarding’ from ‘collecting’ and how to help without shame or judgment. Check out the helpful tips here.