Mom Jessica Bryant shares her story not to boast, but to offer an example of appropriate public school intervention in case someone somewhere can use this information to illustrate the need for appropriate dyslexia programs.
After a five-year battle, which included efforts to educate and inform teachers and administrators, bringing in countless professionals including pediatricians, advocates, and dyslexia experts, forming a parent group to support dyslexic students (surprise, there was more than one!) and after spending endless dollars on tutoring and testing, we fled for higher ground. #Dyslexia ...
Christine O'Brien HorstmanI know it isn't an option for so many families due to cost and it's a sacrifice, but this is why we headed straight to June Shelton School & Evaluation Center.
1 day ago · 2
Diann Smith BrikowskiAs you know Marci, we did too. Best decision we ever made ! Wish we'd done it sooner. But so so sorry that the larger public schools can't figure out how to educate their many many dyslexic kids either integrated with general education or in a designated school. The financial impact of private schools is significant and probably prohibits many families from seeking something better.
2 days ago · 1
Alyse ConnorsI had an IEP meeting today and they deferred to CBST!!!!!!!