What’s it Feel Like to Be Me?

Briana Hurst ADD, ADD / ADHD, ADHD, Attention, Auditory Processing, Classroom, Development, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning Disability, Math and Dyscalculia, Reading, School 0 Comments

I think everyone has times when they just wish someone could step into their shoes and really understand how they feel. I have a feeling our students with learning and attention challenges may feel this way a lot.  When they are told to try harder, and they’re already trying as hard as they can, it’s got to be frustrating. Because …

Why is Change so Hard?

Briana Hurst 504 Plan, ADD / ADHD, Attention, Auditory Processing, Classroom, Comprehension, Core Learning Skills, Development, Developmental delays, Dyslexia, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning disabilities, Learning Disability, Poor grades, Processing Speed, Reading, School, Social Skills, Uncategorized 0 Comments

Once when I was traveling in Europe, I heard some American tourists grumbling that things just weren’t the same in Europe as they are at home!  “Of course not,” I thought.  “Isn’t that why we travel to other countries?  To experience something different?” Most of us do like routine and predictability in our lives most of the time, but a …

My Child’s Spelling is Atrocious. What Does it Mean?

Jill Stowell Classroom, Dyslexia, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning Disability, Reading, School, Writing 1 Comment

I have some avid game players in my extended family, so when we get together for the holidays, we play all kinds of games, particularly word games, of which my mom is a wizard! For a dyslexic child or adult, word games can be an absolute nightmare. I met a neurosurgeon once who shared with me his story of discovering …