HUFFINGTON POST: A Class Act- Helping a Child with Dyslexia

October 4, 2016 (HUFF POST)— When my son was three, I felt for the first time something was off about his language skills. I volunteered to chaperone his preschool classroom on a field trip, and during lunch I noticed my son wasn’t able to express himself the way other children could. His vocabulary was rather limited, his sentence structure was simple compared to the other kids, and he took longer to retrieve his words. However, I brushed the incident off, reminding myself that my job as a systems analyst made me an expert in analyzing computerized programs, not the human brain.

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