As Seen On Erasing The Stigma
Resources recommended by interviewed experts to help your child feel confident and excel.
Resources Recommend by Social Worker Elaine Harrison-Yau
In episode three of Erasing The Stigma, licensed clinical social worker Elaine Harrison-Yau recommended positive affirmations cards and creating a safe, inviting space for your child to help them feel confident and comfortable. Click the boxes below to learn more.
Resources Recommend by Artist, Author, and Screenwriter Jeanne Betancourt
In episode four of Erasing The Stigma, artist, author, and screenwriter Jeanne Betancourt discusses her book My Name is Brain Brian, a coming-of-age story of a sixth grader with dyslexia. Additionally, she mentions her Pony Pals book series, which features a dyslexic artist as one of the main characters. Jeanne's books are wonderful for all children, especially those who are struggling with learning challenges. Click
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Resources Recommend by Doctor Brock Eide
In episode five of Erasing The Stigma, Dr. Brock Eide recommended mindplay.com as a low cost option for dyslexia intervention. Additionally, Dr. Eide mentions his books The Mislabeled Child and The Dyslexic Advantage, which are both resources to help parents better understand their child's learning difference. Click the boxes below to learn more.
Resources Recommend by Author and Founder of the LearningForce, Inc. Diane Devenyi
In episode seven of Erasing The Stigma, Ms. Diane Devenyi mentions her program Wild Adventures Family Adventure, which offers an hands-on therapy for dysgraphia that all family members can participate in. Click the box below to learn more.
Resources Recommend by Doctor Nicole Landi
In episode nine of Erasing The Stigma, Dr. Nicole Landi discusses a paper that she co-authored, The Impact of Computer-Assisted Technology on Literacy Acquisition During COVID-19-Related School Closures, which discusses the educational technology GraphoLearn. Click the boxes below to learn more.
Resources Recommend by Certified Academic Language Therapist
In episode six of Erasing The Stigma, Certified Academic Language Therapist Megan Pinchback recommend parents exploring the option of an educational advocate to help them fight for their kids rights in school. Click the box below to learn more.
Resources Recommend by Author and Founder of Eye to Eye National David Flink
In episode eight of Erasing The Stigma, Mr. David Flink mentions his book Thinking Differently: An Inspiring Guide for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities. This book uses engaging stories to guide parents through how to best help their child with a learning disability. Click the boxes below to learn more.