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Video Module: Basic Accommodations for Dyslexic Children
When you think about accommodations for dyslexic students, think of them as building bridges that will help the student lead with their strengths and bypass their weaknesses. This is as critically important as implementing the proper intensive, multisensory instructional strategies such as the Orton Gillingham approach.

Another way to think about it is this: Let’s organize around the child’s strengths instead of expecting them to organize around us.

Audience: Parents, Specialists and Educators
Level: Introductory
Description: 23-minute video module.

Learn about the three main types of basic accommodations that can be used in the classroom, with the tutor and at home.
PDF: Bibliography of Resources Regarding Dyslexia
Last year, I compiled a bibliography that corresponded to a series of training modules about dyslexia that I created for a school district. Many people found it incredibly helpful so I’d like to share this with you.

It is, of course, not an exhaustive list because that is impossible…However, there is something here for everyone whether you’re a parent, specialist or educator. There are also links that are relevant for introductory, intermediate and advanced dyslexia expertise. All of these links are rich troves of information once you drill down. Those that I especially recommend are noted in red.
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About Michael Hart, Ph. D.
Michael Hart, Ph.D. trained as a psychologist and served in a clinical capacity for many years. Currently, he is the founder/owner of www.drmichaelhart.com and provides webinars, online courses and onsite presentations/training for parents, educators and specialists regarding the proper educational care of our dyslexic students.
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