The Dyslexia Quest is the fastest growing media platform in all of the special education genre, featuring interviews with the leading experts in the field of intelligence, learning, flourishing, and neurodiversity, as well as profiling, uber-successful dyslexics to share their story and wisdom. The Dyslexia Quest tackles the holistic experience of being a dyslexic( think: shame, struggles, and joys) with a secret( shhh) backdoor agenda of empowerment.
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Dyslexic Spoken Word Poet "Jake Sussman" on The Forgotten Child
Jake Sussman is a poet, Educational Speaker and LD Advocate, dedicated to destigmatizing dyslexia and other learning differences.
Don't Label Me! The Art of the Sticker with Dyslexics
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Join us for this episode with Holly Combs on the Art of the Sticker -- speaking about labels for people with learning differences, or other differences. Holly helps makes sense of labels and words that may have been hurtful and helps many people find power and freedom apart from labels.
As Executive Director of the Department of Public Words, Holly Combs delights in using words and art to speak power into the lives of elementary students, juvenile offenders, government officials, church leaders, corporate executives, and everyone in between. Since 2014, she has led more than 10,000 people to new perspectives, including the audience at the TED conference in Indianapolis. Challenged by dyslexia all her life, Holly graduated from Herron School of Art in 2001 with a BFA in Visual Communications. She formerly published an internationally distributed street art magazine, PEEL, curated Alias Gallery in Indianapolis (featuring international street art), and co-authored the street art book, PEEL: The Art of the Sticker. A Tennessee native, Holly and her artist husband, Dave, along with their two beautiful children, reside in Indianapolis, where they together create powerful, positive, socially relevant messages through vibrant combinations of images and typography. Holly sums up her life and work well: “I practice the art of inspiration, and people are my canvas.”
Navigating the Parenting Path with your Dyslexic Child - with Darlynn Childress
Join us for this great discussion and resourced-filled episode with parenting coach Darlynn Childress of "The Parenting Path" where she outlines the Behavior Cycle and how to raise children with emotional connection, even through the hardest moments.
FROM CHAOS TO CALM Become a Parenting Pathfinder today!
The Parenting Path is a parenting model, developed by Darlynn Childress, that helps parents become empowered to create lasting peace in their homes. Darlynn, a former middle and high school teacher and trained parent educator, created The Parenting Path because she was frustrated by the limited models available to parents; models that either focused solely on behavior modification or solely on emotional development. Darlynn wanted a complete toolbox to use in parenting her two sons.
The Parenting Path is a 4-step model designed for handling tricky parenting moments. The steps in The Parenting Path are CALM, CONNECT, LIMIT SET, CORRECT.
CALM: Parents learn how to calm their mind when angry or overwhelmed.
CONNECT: They learn an easy way to access compassion and teach children about emotional regulation.
LIMIT SET: Parents learn how to set limits that work.
CORRECT: Parents know how to follow-up with correction that develops resilience.
Learn more: https://darlynnchildress.com
Understanding Your (and Your Child's) Unique Human Design - with Raquel Reyna
Join us for this episode on "Understanding Your (and Your Child's) Unique Human Design" with Raquel Reyna, spiritualized business coach. Elisheva talks with Raquel about tapping into strengths and weaknesses, particularly for people with non-traditional learning styles like dyslexia -- and how to understand it better via human design on a deeper, more personal level.
Raquel walks us through understanding these elements and knowing the wonderful ways that your weaknesses are connected to your strengths.
Go to www.mybodygraph.com to understand your human design type.
About Raquel Reyna -- Raquel is a spiritualized business coach and founder of The VIP BIZ Initiation. She works with her partner Davidian Lyon and they advise conscious entrepreneurs on how to dive inside their genetic material and launch their unique genius online.
Raquel uses the system of Human Design and Law of Attraction to deep dive into her clients’ inner genetic blueprint, so they can discover their life purpose. It is much more than just making money, Raquel leads her clients on the inspiring, mystical journey of online business transformational magic. A newly published #1 bestselling author of, Thoth book of Magic, seen on several TV shows including Tyra Banks, The View, and shared stages with Marianne Williamson, Laura Hollick and other thought leaders. She was recently featured on the cover of Spiritual Biz Magazine. She is committed to bringing out this knowledge to assist humanity from the shackles of overworking, misguided careers, and assisting people to really live the life of their dreams.
How to Teach Children the Art of Perseverance
Join us for this insightful episode with Dr . Rebecca Resnik, therapist, speaker, and founder of the psychology group Resnik Associates. She discusses How to Teach Children the Art of Perseverance, an important topic in our parenting journey.
Dr. Resnik is an approved American Psychological Association Continuing Education Provider, which means that she provides advanced training to other psychologists. Dr. Resnik lectures and conducts continuing education for national, state, and local events. In Nov. of 2017, she and Dr. R Patrick Savage were selected to be the Featured Presenters at the Maryland Psychological Association’s Annual State Conference, and conducted a 6 hour Continuing Education Course for psychologists titled Neuropsychological Interpretation of Achievement Tests: The Search for Convergent Validity). She also looks forward to presenting twice this year at the International Conference on ADHD in Atlanta, Georgia, and twice at the Independent Education Consultant Association’s National Conference in DC.
The World through My Dyslexic Eyes: Battling Learning Disabilities Depression and Finding Purpose
Join us for this powerful talk with author Peter Harrower who tells us about his dyslexia journey and his new book, "The World Through My Dyslexic Eyes."
A word from Peter Harrower:
"I have a Learning Disability and Dyslexia. Most of the time I felt like I wasn't normal. I don't think I’ll ever be normal.
Compared to everybody I felt like an outsider. Kids would always ask, "Why are you in those extra classes and getting extra help?" This led to a lot of unwanted attention. That led to more unwanted feelings, embarrassment, and a lack of confidence in myself, which still affects me to this day at 28.
Join us to hear how Peter has persevered and found purpose and meaning throughout his dyslexia journey.
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So glad I found this!
I’ve been wanting to find this without realising. I’m an adult dyslexic artist, writer and educator, thankfully assessed early and exposed to the neurodiversity concept early too. Now looking training in learning support for neurodivergent kids and this has SOO many resources.
Feedback though on presentation - there’s a lot of repeated episodes and I find it a bit hard to navigate what is new and what is a replay.
Thanks for doing this.
Kind of revelatory
My 8 year old son was diagnosed with dyslexia last year. He’s such a bright, articulate and creative kid and it’s heartbreaking sometimes watching him struggling as his classmates start to pull away from him in terms of their reading and writing development. Listening to this podcast has been fantastic and has filled me with optimism and excitement about his potential as well as determination to make sure he has all the love and support he needs to be the person he deserves to be. I suspect that I may be dyslexic too, the more I learn about it. Thank you for producing this. It’s been both moving and inspirational.
So good, it has helped me massive about this space and filled me to go towards my mission
This has helped me massively, the quality of the speakers and the content are amazing, thank you so much, you have helped me meals and bounds I’m my one Journey of helping other people with dyslexia. Looking fored to being in the show