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Art as an Early Intervention Tool for Children with Autism

“Blind to the Difference” by dyslexic artist ~serenity22 Note from the artist: This is my drawing “Blind to the Difference” because that is the way I feel when I look at something wrong and don’t see it. Or when I read a number backwards and not know it. Or just like when in this drawing when I wrote time (TMIE) and I didn’t see it until later. So this is me, this is my mind uncensored.

“Labeled” by Eric Staib A moving portrayal of the artist's struggle throughout his life with dyslexia. The hands of his peers and colleagues point to the inner vortex which represents the artist. On the sleeves are the names he was called. Very powerful, very interesting.

Interesting conceptual art visualizing dyslexia

FREE Dyslexia Resource Links A 6 page free resource full of links to Facebook pages, websites, YouTube Videos and articles. This is the first free file and our next target will be Autism Spectrum Disorders ADS). This freebie was designed to support our weekly post on our Facebook page.

Rhetological Fallacies - Rhetorical & Logical Fallacies - InformationisBeautiful

I'll always remember Mr. Byrd's class where he made fun of me for having a hard time reading a paragraph - and I don't even have a really bad case. Never make fun - it's creates scars that sometimes never heal. Luckily over time I was able to overcome a lot of my reading problems.

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