Pam Taylor

About Pam Taylor

Pam Taylor founded LexiAbility in 2012 to provide remediation and resources for those with dyslexia. She is an experienced dyslexia screening specialist, advocate and consultant and certified professional Barton Reading and Spelling Tutor at the Masters Level – one of only thirty in the world.

Sweetheart, I Have Dyslexia, Too! 

Although dyslexia is characterized by amazing strengths and weaknesses, and exists as a spectrum, most people (including 85% of teachers) still identify dyslexia incorrectly as an intellectual disability (Headstrong Nation).  This stigma of dyslexia is unfortunate and continues to be detrimental.

We can do better!

If you have a child with dyslexia, please don’t immediately dismiss […]

By |February 6th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments|

Author wants to fight shaming of dyslexia

You must try harder.

Growing up in Atlanta, David Flink heard those words repeatedly — from his teachers, his father and others — as he struggled with dyslexia and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Slowly he learned to embrace himself as a “different thinker” — and a new world opened.

Today, up to 1 in 5 children and adults […]

By |August 18th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Successful Entrepreneurs Likely to be Dyslexic

According to a study by Dr. Julie Logan, Professor Emeritus of Entrepreneurship at Cass Business School, successful entrepreneurs are five times more likely to be dyslexic.

Some of those successes with the dyslexic brain difference include Sir Richard Branson, Charles Schwab, Kinko’s founder Paul Orfalea, and now joining them, teen dynamo, Ollie Forsyth.

Most kids with […]

By |August 13th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Same Reading Approach Does Not Work for All

Some struggles in reading are based in neurobiology and some struggles are based on environmental issues. Sometimes reading struggles are combination of both. Yet, our school systems, as well as those in Britain, keep trying the same approach for everybody — and keep failing.

We have known, for decades, that the best remediation for dyslexia […]

By |March 31st, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

Testing and Dyslexia

We hear how students are consistently misidentified and unidentified through the individual education plan (IEP) process in our public schools. The reason for this is two-fold.

1) most of those whom we depend upon to identify dyslexia have little or no training and experience to do so; and 2) schools are using the wrong tests […]

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

Is Reading the Best Assessment for Dyslexia?

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

Be Careful About Media Reports of “Studies” on Dyslexia!

By |March 10th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

February 2014 LexiAbility Update


Even with the snow trying to slow everything down, we have never been busier! This makes it difficult to send out a newsletter with any kind of regularity, so we encourage you to sign up for our Facebook page at for more frequent news.

Radio Show:

A couple of weeks ago, I had a fantastic opportunity […]

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

Psychological Assessment for Identifying Dyslexia

By |January 21st, 2014|Blog|0 Comments|

The Limitations of Neuropsychological Evaluations

By |December 5th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments|