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Dyslexia, Spectacular Difference?

In a recent study in Britain, forty percent of 300 millionaires studied by psychologists were found to have dyslexia.

The brain difference which manifests as dyslexia is different in both gross and fine anatomy structures in the brain which account for creative ways of thinking which can serve as well. Despite not being able to […]

By |March 27th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

March 2014 LexiAbility Update

Happy Spring!

We’ve gathered a short list of links related to dyslexia for you. Check our Facebook page as well for frequent posts and don’t forget to “like” our page.

“It is easier to build strong children, than to repair broken men.” -Frederick Douglass

Minnesota dyslexia bill stalls to dismay of advocates (Pioneer Press)
Advocates for children […]

By |March 24th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Beautiful Thinker – Temple Grandin

Watch this tremendous TED Talk video that clearly conveys the importance for cherishing neurodiversity. The greatest tragedy of our current educational system is that it defines beautiful thinkers, like Temple Grandin, as pathologically disordered.  https://www.ted.com/talks/temple_grandin_the_world_needs_all_kinds_of_minds
Temple Grandin, diagnosed with autism as a child, talks about how her mind works — sharing her ability to “think in […]

By |March 5th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Art Gallery

LexiAbility is a colorful place for students and their families. Our walls are painted bright yellow but the best color in the office comes from the artwork created by kids when they come to visit. Their imagination and creativity has no limit. Here are some examples of their artistic creations.

By |February 22nd, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Hear Dyslexia Expert Pam Taylor on KCUR, 89.3 FM

Pam Taylor will appear on KCUR during the Central Standard program on Thursday, January 30, at 10 AM to discuss dyslexia and address questions. Tune in and listen at 89.3 FM.

And join the conversation! Join the live show while Pam is on the air between 10-11 AM on Thursday by calling 816-235-2888, or email […]

LexiAbility Has Opened!

We have officially moved to our new clinic space at 600 West 103rd Street, Suite 209, Kansas City, Missouri 64131.  It’s a bright, fun place. We are sure our students will love as much as we do!

From KC Dyslexia Services to Lexiability

I am very pleased to announce that I have recently decided to expand the services of KC Dyslexia Services and am creating a new business, LexiAbility.

LexiAbility will operate with the continued mission to help those with dyslexia.  I chose the name because it implies the abilities that come with dyslexia—not just the challenges.

I have hired Angie Beck, who […]

By |February 22nd, 2013|Blog|0 Comments|