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Parenting A Child With Dyslexia: Strategies And Support

Dyslexia is a learning condition experienced by 20% of the population worldwide. Raising a child with dyslexia presents unique challenges, but they are surmountable with the right support and strategies, allowing children with this learning challenge to still thrive academically and personally. Dyslexia treatment uses a multi-pronged approach to help children achieve their potential. Thankfully, […]
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4 Myths About Dyslexia Addressed By Dysolve®

Myth 1 – Dyslexia is a lifelong condition Before Dysolve®, no one knew how to correct dyslexia, also known as a reading difficulty. This is due to the complexity of the problem and its solution.Problem. People with difficulty reading are processing language inefficiently. These inefficiencies usually occur at a micro level in the brain. At […]
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5 Critical Ways to Manage a New Dyslexia Diagnosis in Your Teenager

See Dr. Coral Hoh’s contributed post to ParentingTeens&Tweens. As parents, we’re constantly worrying about our children—if they feel safe, seen, validated, secure. And any parent who has a child struggling academically knows first-hand how overwhelming that can be as you rack your brain trying to find answers. We all just want our children to know […]
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Future of Education Podcast Pt. 2

Listen to MacKenzie Price discuss the advantage of AI in education and how Dysolve AI has changed how dyslexia, language disorders, and learning issues can now be solved.
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Future of Education Podcast Pt. 1

MacKenzie Price discusses with Dr. Coral PS Hoh dyslexia, language disorders, Dysolve AI and how AI now has the ability to immediately address language and learning difficulties in education and schools.
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5 Things to Know about Your Patient with Dyslexia

A language disorder like dyslexia can have physical symptoms. Here are some common ones: Headaches – Our students say that their brains are on fire. Because they have difficulty processing language, their brains have to work harder to make sense of input. Very quickly, they face processing overload. Some report recurrent headaches or migraines. The […]
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When Anxiety Isn’t Really Anxiety

Sam, aged 10, works hard in school. Yet her teachers know there’s an undercurrent of anxiety that bubbles up during tests. And her mom sees it in the form of migraines and stomach pains. Until Sam came to see me, she did not realize that her symptoms can be related to how her brain processed […]
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Why 1 in 5 Has Dyslexia

Why is dyslexia so common? Another common childhood condition, asthma, affects only about 8% of the population, compared to 20% for dyslexia. Dyslexia involves problems with language processing. The language system in the brain is highly complex and fragile. From our decades-long fieldwork and fieldtesting, our tech firm found that just a small number of […]
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Internet Addiction

The Mom was at her wit’s end. Her 2-year-old was not talking. All he wanted to do was scroll through YouTube on her phone all day long. If she took away the phone, he threw a fit. At 2, he spoke no words. He was in his own bubble, not communicating, not interacting with anyone. […]
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Don’t Know What the Problem Is?

Most families who come to us don’t know what the problem is exactly, when their children struggle with learning/reading. This uncertainty can be due to several reasons: 1. The child’s condition doesn’t fit neatly into any category 2. The child has co-existing conditions (e.g., dyslexia & ADHD) 3. The previous diagnosis doesn’t identify the root […]