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Dyslexia Association of India

Fuelling the progress of children with Dyslexia through governing non-profit associations in India

Who better than a parent to identify and understand their child’s struggles? Especially a child with dyslexia! When a child experiences challenges in reading, writing and comprehending, it’s the parents who are the first to notice. However, it may not entirely be understood if the child is actually struggling with any kind of learning difference.

online dyslexia courses

Nurturing your child’s growth with these three Online Dyslexic Courses

At True Literacy, we have a range of online dyslexic courses. Summing up the advantages of these courses will be easy but the big ‘why’ is what we’re here to discuss. It is important to understand why several parents and teachers have already started using these courses. To begin with, let us talk about the

Embracing Dyslexia

Embracing Dyslexia – Unravelling the Invisible Disability

Waht euw tinhk dyxlessia kloos liek. The disappearance of abstract words – disorientation – words appear in 3D… Wouldn’t this make you want to give up reading entirely? The mind of a person with dyslexia is not weak; their mind functions differently. What if you missed stepping out of the train because you couldn’t read

Understanding Dyslexia in Children

The Role of the Education System in India and its Relation Dyslexia

In India, academics is considered a fundamental parameter that defines one’s career prospects and capabilities. Every child or young student is driven by the core concept of scoring high marks for progressing to the next grade, and ultimately progressing in the future. Therefore, the need to achieve academic success becomes a priority in every Indian

debunking myths about Dyslexia

Dyslexia – The Misunderstood Learning Ability

When it comes to Dyslexia, we’re almost there in terms of understanding what it means for a child to live with this learning difference. Many parents whose children are challenged with a learning difference are compelled to delve deeper into learning more about it. However, there’s a large portion of people who have developed several

dyslexia assessment

Dyslexia Guide: How Parents and Teachers can Address the Learning Needs of a Dyslexic Child

One of the most common learning disabilities, and yet one of the least known in India, Dyslexia affects between 5%-12% of all students across the world. It is a special kind of learning difficulty that primarily affects the ability to identify, read, and spell words. For those who are unaware, Dyslexia is generally considered inherited.

ed tech

Unlocking The Future For Our Indian Children: Embracing Ed Tech

Education has remained broadly the same for hundreds of years. Technology is changing that. Quickly. www.HotTopics.ht   And Indian parents and teachers are at the forefront of adopting Ed Tech tools to further support our children.   According to a recent article in the Indian Express, 95% of Indian parents were the most likely of any culture

This School Year Will Be Messy. That’s OK.

This is an extraordinary article to read and share in light of our experience with the pandemic. I feel so strongly that we assume social and emotional curriculum works like magic.  Not so…particularly when so many of us are stressed to the max right now.  This year it is about LISTENING and being comfortable with

True Literacy Partner Spotlight: Dr. Anupma Sethi

Please allow me to introduce you to our new partner for True Literacy.  Dr. Anupma Sethi is a very skilled clinician who will be guest posting for our blog as well as creating modules that will provide specific techniques and strategies for parents and teachers to work with our children at home and at school.