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This podcast is devoted to encouraging and inspiring adults with dyslexia to make more room in their life for Christ. Listeners will hear biblical truth that will uplift and challenge them to find a place for dyslexia in their life and let Christ take center stage of their life.
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In this podcast, educators from Charles Armstrong School (Belmont, CA) share expertise, advice, and stories to support and inform students with dyslexia and their families. We deeply believe that the potential of students with dyslexia is UNBOUNDED!
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This podcast gets to the stories behind the word dyslexia. From engineers to barristers, entrepreneurs to people who develop assistive technology. Each episode takes a deep dive into each persons story to find out how they struggled and succeeded with dyslexia, the strengths it brings and the people who support dyslexics.
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Dyslexia Journey is a podcast with conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes approaches, tips, and interviews with a range of guests from psychologists to educators to people with dyslexia. Increase your understanding and connection with your child as you help them embrace their uniqueness and thrive on this challenging journey!
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What's it like to live and learn with a learning differences? Together we will explore this question through conversations with people who have learning differences and/or are experts in this field. Hosted by a Marco Montalbano a high school student with dyslexia. Each month Marco will explore stories and strategies behind peoples' successes and difficulties with learning differences.
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Are you an adult with dyslexia? Maybe you are a parent of a dyslexic teenager or have a partner you know has dyslexia. This podcast could be just for you. My name is Stephen and at the age of 38 I have been on a journey for the last few years to discover more about my dyslexia & ADHD. I share stories and learnings that go beyond reading, writing and spelling challenges. Life lessons around communication, work, relationships and navigating the visual mind. I wish I had known what I know today ...
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First impressions can take only 6 seconds to make! But if you’re neurodivergent, those quick judgments about you can be misleading. That’s where the Beyond 6 Seconds podcast comes in! Join me, Carolyn Kiel, as I talk with neurodivergent entrepreneurs, creators, advocates & more about their lives and identities. Their stories shatter misconceptions, break stigma and showcase the vibrance of neurodiversity.
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A podcast by atypical people looking at the world from a different point of view. Primarily neurodivergent, but we also have a scattering of LGBTQ+ people and thoughts. New episode every fortnight and occasional "After Dark" episodes when we find them!
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Voyager Sopris Learning

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Hosted by Pam Austin and Greg Hullett, these discussions will feature dialogues with experienced educators, inspiring thought leaders, social media influencers, and leading education innovators.
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Dyslexia Notes explores a variety of topics related to Dyslexia and music. The information in my podcast is based on my personal experience and is not meant to be a comprehensive resource on the topics I discuss. Please seek out professional assistance if you need additional support.If you would like to reach me, send a DM to my Instagram @KBBoboe
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Welcome to 'Cloudy with a Chance of Dyslexia', a hub where technology clouds rain innovation and open skies for everyone, including those with dyslexia. Here, we navigate the vast expanse of AI and automation, uncovering how these tools elevate our visual world and make it more accessible. Embark on a journey through digital landscapes where the future is written not just in code, but in the very way we perceive it. From showcasing groundbreaking tech to exploring visual learning techniques, ...
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Neuroversity

Jessica Kidwell

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Neuroversity provides a space to educate ourselves and others about neurodiversity, to elevate the experiences of the neurodivergent, to be a source of support for members and allies of this community, and to help move the culture towards valuing and including diverse neurological conditions. This is a space where questions are welcomed and encouraged and honoring individual experiences is the number one rule.
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Navigating ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning and thinking differences can be confusing. Understood Explains unpacks one important topic each season. From special education for kids to ADHD diagnosis for adults, get insights from the experts at Understood.org.
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“Unleashing Superpowers: Exploring Neurodiversity with Theo Smith” is a captivating podcast where host Theo Smith dives into the world of neurodiversity. From ADHD to Autism to Dyslexia and beyond, gain insights into embracing the diversity of thought and eliminating obstacles (Kryptonite). Hear from real people from across the globe and their lived experiences in this empowering series. Join the conversation using hashtags #NeurodiversityAtWork #NeurodiversityWithTheoSmith. Embrace a new pe ...
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Reading Teachers Lounge

Shannon Betts and Mary Saghafi

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This is the Reading Teachers Lounge where listeners can eavesdrop on professional conversations between elementary reading teachers. We are passionate about literacy and strive to find strategies to reach all learners. Shannon and Mary are neighbors who realized that they were “literacy soul sisters” at a dinner in their Atlanta neighborhood. Once they started chatting about reading they haven’t really stopped. Come join the conversation.
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The IEP process and the world of special education can be confusing and overwhelming for parents, teachers, and students, alike. But it doesn’t have to be! Learning Essentials has teamed up with experts to give you valuable insights into the IEP process and the world of special education —and it’s free! Join Wendy Taylor, M.Ed., ET/P as she hosts educators, psychologists, and other medical providers who provide pro tips on what to ask, what to bring, and what to take away from your next spec ...
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READ Podcast

The Windward Institute

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READ: Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. It is produced by The Windward School and The Windward Institute. Learn more at www.thewindwardschool.org and www.thewindwardschool.org/wi. Visit READ's homepage at www.readpodcast.org
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Homeschooling Outside the Box is the podcast that encourages and equips moms who homeschool an outside-the-box child. Join the host, Cindy Rinna, as she talks about autism, ADHD, dyslexia, Charlotte Mason, faith-over-formula motherhood, and all the joys and challenges of homeschooling an outside-the-box child.
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Literacy Talks

Reading Horizons

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Welcome to Literacy Talks, a podcast series from Reading Horizons, where reading momentum begins. Each episode features our trio of literacy champions: Stacy Hurst, an assistant professor of reading at Southern Utah University and Chief Academic Advisor at Reading Horizons; Donell Pons, a dyslexia specialist, educator, presenter, and writer, who now works with adults who struggle with reading; Lindsay Kemeny, an innovative, dedicated elementary teacher who is a CERI certified Structured Lite ...
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Dyslexia Coffee Talk

The Dyslexia Initiative

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Welcome to Coffee Talk with the Dyslexia Initiative. Come join us for a cup of coffee and a conversation. We are so excited to have you join us! Each Coffee Talk will be a different subject. We will discuss various topics about dyslexia, remediation advocacy, and all other areas relating to dyslexia. Host: Ashley Roberts
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Gifted Unleashed

Nadja Cereghetti

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Do you suffer from imposter syndrome? Have you been called „too much“, „too intense“ „too sensitive“? Do you just hate inequality? Do you have difficulties finding your career path because you are a multi potential person who has a 1000 ideas and 500 projects... all at the same time? Do you have a weird evolved sense of humor? Do you suffer from dyslexia but are fast at grasping new concepts? Do you have a hard time fitting in and sometime feel like a minority of one? Well you are not alone! ...
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My podcast about dyslexia offers a unique understanding of my topic by giving a strong personal experience and strong unique viewpoints of others. Cover art photo provided by Josh Rose on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@joshsrose
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Neurodivergent Moments

Joe Wells and Abigoliah Schamaun

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Ever walk into a room and immediately forget why you’re there? Or get confused when someone is surprised you’ve taken what they said literally? Comedians, Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells do, and so do their guests, and these Neurodivergent Moments shine a light into the world of our diverse minds. Each episode, ADHD Abigoliah and Autistic Joe, speak to a guest with a neurodivergence about their divergence, life, career and how they navigate the neurotypical society we live in. Lighthearted, ...
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Anne Marie Beggs is the author of ”A Bridge Between Two Me’s” which is now a global seller and tells her story of her journey over the last 17 years helping her clients with dyslexia.Anne Marie provides educational programs for both adults and children.I encourage creativity, discussion, critical thinking, understanding, and mastery. What is mastery? and what are students mastering They are mastering language: words, phrases, sentences paragraphs and ultimately books.Visit www.theparagraphch ...
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The Toprakci Method: Creating Confident Learners specializes in creating confident learners with a growth mindset. The Toprakci Method uses a unique combination of breathwork, brain-body work, GRATITUDE, and even a clay-based learning program to affect the neuroplasticity of the brain to help dramatically improve students’ ability to spell, read, grasp number sense, and focus. STRUGGLING students CAN be transformed into CONFIDENT LEARNERS who become academically successful-permanently (!) - ...
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Discover In It, a podcast that explores the joys and frustrations of supporting kids with learning disabilities and ADHD. Join hosts Rachel Bozek and Gretchen Vierstra as they talk with parents, caregivers, teachers, and sometimes kids. They offer perspective, advice, and stories for and from people who have challenges with reading, math, focus, and other learning differences. Get tips on parenting kids with learning disabilities like dyslexia. Understood.org is a resource dedicated to shapi ...
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What is there to know about Dyslexia Welcome to my podcast I am a high schooler and obviously a teen and love to share my perspective on the world Contact us at dyslexiafriendly1@gmail.com OR MESSAGE US AT https://anchor.fm/dyslexia-friendly/message Follow us at https://www.instagram.com/dyslexiafriendly/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dyslexia-friendly/support
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Dyslexia Solutions

Dr. Marianne Cintron

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Interviews and podcasts to discuss how we can help parents to work with dyslexic students. Dr. Marianne Cintron, founder of Dyslexia Solutions, wants to bring peace to parents' homes by helping their dyslexic children read, so they can build their self-esteem, unlock their genius minds, and realize their full potential!
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Exploring Different Brains

www.DifferentBrains.com

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EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS is a weekly interview show hosted by neurodiversity advocate Harold "Hackie" Reitman, MD., and presented by DifferentBrains.com. Join us as we speak with some of the most interesting people involved in autism, Asperger's, dyslexia, ADHD, OCD, down syndrome, and any condition that can be considered "neurodiverse." From doctors to judges, teachers to caregivers, scientists to advocates, parents to kids, neurodiverse to neurotypical, we want to tell any story that can ...
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Shawn, a professor, and Jacob, a college graduate, talk about their educational experiences through the lens of their dyslexia. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/apostel/support
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British Dyslexia Association

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The British Dyslexia Association is the voice for 10% of the population that experience dyslexia. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. We campaign to encourage schools to work towards becoming dyslexia-friendly; to reduce the number of dyslexic young people in the criminal justice system; and to enable dyslexic people to achieve their potential in the workplace. We ...
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Go Dyslexia Podcast

Dr. Erica Warren @ Good Sensory Learning

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The Go Dyslexia podcast features discussions with dyslexia experts from around the globe on topics such as assistive technology, entrepreneurship, learning strategies, and cognitive remedial tools. Now, therapists, teachers, parents, and individuals with dyslexia can get advice, strategies, material suggestions and more.
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The Neurodiverse Toolbox

Paige and Sheila Kiechlin

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Neurodiversity is an essential part of our society (and our lives) but it comes with frenemies that can make life challenging. Join ND coach, Sheila Kiechlin of Big Bang Coaching, LLC and mom of three along with her adult daughter, Paige Kiechlin, as they explore tools for your (and their) toolbox to help you live your best life. If you are interested in ADHD, ASD, Dyslexia, other NDs and have a sense of humor and a sense of fairness, want to hear information in a direct but compassionate ma ...
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Dyslexia, Let’s Talk About It is a podcast from the Fundamental Learning Center with host Jessica Stong. We'll bring you stories of hope, inspiration, and information from the current research to discuss dyslexia which impacts roughly 1 in 5 children today. This neurologically-based superpower is characterized by difficulties with reading, writing, and spelling but with incredible strengths in other areas like creativity and visual-spatial skills. For more information about FLC's work, pleas ...
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A podcast dedicated to comprehending and then cultivating the outside genius found only in Gifted Neurodivergence (ND). The time has come to finally take back the narrative of what being neurodivergent really is. Neurodivergence is creative intelligence. In this podcast we will explore the truth about what it means to be live in a system that resists cultivating differences. We will explore how we can cultivate our giftedness outside of the system. We will explore how new technology (such as ...
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'Manu for Inclusion' is a podcast hosted by Juana Venegas. With personal experience of living in a neurodivergent household, Juana utilizes her insight to create a space that aims to educate and provide effective tools based on her encounters. This enlightening podcast aims to foster an environment of inclusivity, diversity, and understanding. Join Juana on her journey to spread awareness and knowledge about neurodiversity, and learn how we can all become better allies in bridging the gap in ...
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Parenting comes with joys and challenges. If you are a mom or dad with a child or teen who is struggling with everyday life or clinical issues like ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Executive Functioning, Anxiety, OCD, Depression or Mood, or Lyme and PANS/PANDAS, then you need solutions. If you have seen Dr. Roseann on TV, then you know she doesn’t shy away from real talk about real problems. She gives parents the science-backed keys to unlocking big and small kid and family issues. Blending hope with ...
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This podcast offers hope for people who suffer with Depression/Anxiety, ADHD, OCD, Bi Polar, PTSD, Dyslexia and other mental health conditions. We have interviews with ordinary people that share their stories of recovery. We also have experts and coaches that offer techniques on how to achieve mental health for real. I think there is a lot of information, help and hope on the voyage home. Write me at overtherainbowbob@gmail.com Or follow on Twitter @Overtherain1bow https://twitter.com/overth ...
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🎙️ Welcome to The Resilience Unlimited Show Step into "The Resilience Unlimited Show," an empowering haven crafted for high-achieving women, with a special focus on women of color. Led by Coach Dr. Lauren, CEO of Resilience Unlimited, this podcast offers transformative weekly episodes, providing insights and actionable advice. It's a space where women, especially women of color, can feel seen, heard, and part of a supportive community committed to thriving together. Going beyond conventional ...
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Neuroverse is an exploration of neurodiversity, with autistic host Magnus Hedemark. We'll have guests from across the neurodiversity spectrum, including (but not limited to) autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, Tourette's, etc.
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In this episode we will interview Blake Mahovic, a Canadian National Rugby League player, support teacher and fellow dyslexic. He will talk about how dyslexia affected him as he grew up in England and how it affects him now and led to success as a professional rugby player and learning support teacher.…
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In this insightful episode of the Dyslexia Explored podcast, we are thrilled to have performance coach Bevis Moynan join us to share his unique perspective on dyslexia and executive function. Bevis, an expert in motivational mapping, timeline therapy, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), doesn't have dyslexia himself but has been closely touched…
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Didn’t the episode I wanted to talk about five different ways I personally use to lower stress and anxiety in my mind my body and for other people with dyslexia and or ADHD. I hope you really enjoy the episode and it helps you move forward because many of us struggle with us together.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/s…
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In this enlightening episode of Dyslexia Unbound@Armstrong, we delve into the transformative power of art in the education and support of students with dyslexia. Hosted at the Charles Armstrong School, a beacon for dyslexic learners in grades 2 through 8 on the West Coast, we explore innovative teaching methods with art teachers Nata Amador and Chr…
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In this episode, we uncover the essence of specialized instruction, what it truly means, and how it can transform your child's educational journey. Specialized Instruction Defined: Individualized: Personalized to address each student's unique needs and learning style. Differentiated: Modifying teaching methods, materials, and assessments to accommo…
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Embark on a transformative journey with Fay Ellis, a beacon of knowledge in the cloud computing realm, as she recounts her ascent from systems engineering at Sun Microsystems to becoming a revered cloud architect. This episode is a treasure trove of insights for those intrigued by the ceaseless evolution of IT, emphasizing the significance of adapt…
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In part 2 of our interview with psychotherapist Donna McCutchen, we dig into the mental / behavioral health challenges that can be associated with dyslexia, how best to support the mental health of our dyslexic kids, what warning signs to look out for, and when to seek professional mental health support. Donna McCutchen is a licensed clinical socia…
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It's a topic not often talked about, the pressure fathers feel to be both successful at work or as an entrepreneur AND be a great dad. For fathers, it can often feel like you get pulled in opposite directions by others but also by themselves to want to be a great dad and a successful career. Historically, fathers have been the bread winners whose r…
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Shannon shares with Mary the steps she follows for analyzing student data. This Date Your Data process requires multiple steps of looking at test scores, improvement goals, student strengths and weaknesses, and then connecting the data to standards to facilitate data-driven instruction. This method of data review makes the test score information me…
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Simon is back with season three of the Atypical podcast. A litle lonley in the recording suite, because neurodivergent people have a lot in common with cats when it comes to herding, Simon has some interesting discussions and a sneak peek at what we are hoping to bring you this year. Some more long form episodes and media reviews alongside the tran…
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Join us for this interesting conversation with our guest Literacy Expert Susan Ebbers who will share the research and strategies surrounding learning to read. Ebbers will illustrate how research supports the entwining of phonology, orthography, morphology, and vocabulary when teaching children to read, and to read more capably and with greater comp…
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Whether you attended the Plain Talk 2024 Conference or wish you did, this episode is a whirlwind wrap-up of the event. From our hosts’ responses to several keynote presentations to quick summaries of the breakout sessions that made an impact, you’ll get the inside story about how the literacy community embraces science of reading instruction. You’l…
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Summary Teaching writing can be challenging, especially for struggling students. This conversation explores a three-step process for teaching writing skills and addresses the progression of writing abilities. It also discusses the challenges students face in the writing process and provides tools for teaching writing effectively. The three steps of…
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Anxiety is the top global condition affecting even children as young as six. Recognizing and addressing anxiety, especially in early childhood, is crucial. It highlights the need for awareness, research, and accessible interventions to help individuals of all ages cope with this prevalent mental health challenge. And that’s why I’m here to discuss …
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Rasheda Kamaria Williams is an engaging and empathic speaker and social entrepreneur with a passion for helping youth and youth advocates realize their power. She is the author of “Be EmPOWERed: How to Live Above & Beyond Life’s Drama” as well as the founder and chief empowering officer for Empowered Flower Girl, a social enterprise on a mission to…
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Recently I went and saw Dr Andrew Huberman speak at the Melbourne convention centre with Wong with my wife, and I want to share some of the learnings. I got from him and One in particular about how to activate our visual mind to solve problems. I found it really excellent something Ida and I wanted to dig a deeper into it for everybody, so hopefull…
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Born and raised in Costa Rica, Claudia Scott was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome in her early teens. Now she lives in the U.S., where she is the Capital Access Manager for Kiva Northwest Arkansas (NWA) at Startup Junkie and an advocate for Tourette's education and support. Claudia uses her experiences to support people with Tourette's, especially …
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In the hustle and bustle of our fast-paced world, many individuals continue to struggle managing and processing their emotions and controlling their responses. The struggle to maintain effective self-regulation in the face of these challenges highlights the importance of developing and honing this skill. For today’s episode, we will talk about the …
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Welcome to Bright Hearth, a podcast devoted to recovering the lost arts of homemaking and the productive Christian household with Brian and Lexy Sauvé. In this episode, Brian sits down with Joe Garrisi of Backwards Planning Financial to talk about financial planning, estate considerations, and more. Brian's new EP, Hearth Songs, is out and streamin…
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In this podcast I speak with Irene Gottlieb about the Trifecta of syndromes that impacts many of the most sensitivity individuals. Irene is profoundly gifted, runs a school for the profoundly gifted and has three children who are profoundly gifted. She has a lot of day to day experience with individuals who possess the trifecta of: Ehlers-Danlos Sy…
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In this episode we talk with Dr Mark Weisman about spirituality and how that relates to Mental Health conditions like PTSD and ADHD. Dr. Mark is Known as the "Alaska Ulfhednar". If you don’t know what that is he explains how he got the title. Mark has worked with hundreds of "friends" (he calls them) to help them find a path to recovery from many d…
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Getting diagnosed with a learning and thinking difference can be a big relief for many kids. But for some kids, the news can lead to many questions and worries. They may not want to talk about their diagnosis at all. And sometimes, the way kids respond to their diagnosis changes over time. In this episode, hosts Gretchen Vierstra and Rachel Bozek w…
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In today’s episode, I’m playing with the theory on how we can use a race track kind of model to improve the ways we succeeded you know I’ve been working on myself and my health for a long time and I wanted to just work through theory I’m playing with Aunt testing out this year that I’ve proven another part of my life, but it’s now time to do it in …
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There is a special challenge teaching kiddos who wiggle and can't seem to sit still no matter what- but that's not what I'm taling about here in this episode! In this episode we explore the kiddos who "wiggle" with thie academics and that need some extra support to perform their best in the academic setting. Sometimes it's just sitting with them to…
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Magnesium is a supplement that has left many wondering, "Why didn't I start taking this sooner?" as they witness the benefits and positive effects it brings to different aspects of their health and well-being. In fact, individuals who incorporate magnesium supplementation often experience a positive impact on their overall emotional state, leading …
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Anthony Pacilio of CAI shares of they are helping organizations realize the benefits of neurodiversity.Anthony Pacilio, is recognized domestically and internationally, as an expert in neurodiverse employment and currently serves as Vice President of CAI Neurodiverse Solutions. Pacilio specializes in advancing neurodiversity programs and leads the g…
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🔍 Understanding Dyscalculia: Dyscalculia as a lifelong neurodiversity: a condition impacting various aspects of life. Limited research compared to dyslexia highlights the need for increased awareness and understanding. 💪 Empowerment Through Support: Importance of early intervention: reducing anxiety and providing tools for self-advocacy. Navigating…
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Harriet's bio: **Harriet Tubman Wright, MS, MA** is an accomplished Speaker/Storyteller, Published Author/Poet, Person-Centered Expressive Arts Facilitator, Metaphysician, Initiated Priestess, and Elder. For over 50 years, she has inspired mature spiritual women to transform from limitation to liberation, empowering them to express their true essen…
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One of the biggest challenges I have is uncertainty and being out of control and this is really appeared a lot this week with us looking to move into our home in this episode. I dive into some learnings. I’ve got about being out of control and the uncertainty that comes with that and how my neurodiverse dyslexic mind really processes that I also sh…
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As we look into how nutrition connects with mental health, it's clear that supplements do more than just nourish our bodies; they also impact how we think and feel. Understanding the importance of supplements in mental health shows how these are key to not just physical health but also keeping our minds in balance. The importance of supplements in …
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Dyslexia is a brain difference that primarily affects reading and writing. However, dyslexia affects many areas of life that you might not expect! Watch this video to learn about eight ways dyslexia can affect your whole life. Dyslexia Journey has conversations and explorations to help you support the dyslexic child in your life. Content includes a…
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Today we're joined by David Renton, a security compliance project manager at Genesys. In our conversation, we explore David's journey through the lens of ADHD and dyslexia, from his early education to carving out a career that plays to his strengths. David shares the pivotal moments that shaped his understanding of neurodiversity, emphasising the p…
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In today’s episode of Dyslexia Explored, host Darius Namdaran warmly sits down with Arran Smith, the visionary founder of the UK’s Dyslexia Show, an event that stands at the forefront of dyslexia and neurodiversity advocacy. Arran, who himself has navigated the challenges of dyslexia, shares his compelling journey from concept to realization of the…
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Shannon and Mary are joined in by Linda Rhyne in the Reading Teachers Lounge. They share a deep dive of information from the book, The Knowledge Gap by Natalie Wexler. This episode is full of information and strategies to increase your student's knowledge helping them dive deep into comprehension and knowledge building. Linda Rhyne is a returning g…
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Anne Marie talks to Sophie from Spikes Sight Words. Sophie is a mum of two, with a background is in film and television and in Qatar I worked for a global news channel. Sophie talks to Anne Marie about why she developed a board game for her son who had no interest in reading and how Spikes Sight Words was board. If you want more information on Soph…
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Does your child need special education? How can you make the most of this school support? Listen to the trailer for Understood Explains IEPs, which covers the ins and outs of individualized education programs. Host Juliana Urtubey is a special education teacher and the 2021 National Teacher of the Year. So you can learn from a pro in this 13-episod…
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When Kaitlin Smith and I sat down to unravel the complex world of giftedness and twice-exceptionality (2e), our conversation ventured deep into the heart of what it means to be labeled 'gifted,' particularly for those navigating the dual challenges of exceptional intellect and being part of a minority. Kaitlin shares her battle against the stereoty…
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I sucked at setting boundaries. To be honest I don’t think I could have even told you the definition of them. So in this pod here are some big lessons to help my neurodiverse friends! For more visit https://truthaboutdyslexia.com--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/truth-about-dyslexia/message…
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There is new interest in small group instruction as a key component of early literacy learning. Some educators are talking about skipping the small groups. Others have important ideas about making small group instruction better and more effective. In this episode, our hosts explore strategies and tactics for organizing, supporting, and evaluating s…
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When kids cover up their lack of understanding and/or aren't honest with themselves about what they do and don't get in academics- those things often come back around later and show up as holes in their understanding. In this episode, we discuss what this looks like in children and where and how these holes tend to show up again. Resources: The Fou…
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Brain mapping, specifically through QEEG brain maps, has proven to be a valuable diagnostic tool, shedding light on different areas of the brain and their activities. One of the remarkable aspects of brain mapping is its versatility, making it applicable to various demographics, including both children and adults. By identifying specific patterns o…
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Neena Saha, PhD, joins READ for an illuminating and entrepreneurial discussion about translating research to practice. In this episode, Dr. Saha offers insights on shifting how educators interface with research through an entrepreneurial lens. integrating and broadening the role of technology in sharing research. developing a systematic and explici…
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In this dynamic episode, we delve into the intricate process of crafting and achieving Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals with precision, adaptability, and collaboration. The host emphasizes the dynamic nature of the journey and the importance of ongoing evaluation, adjustment, and collaboration. Key Takeaways: Precision in Goal-Setting: …
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