It is part of my genetics, I think, to love research and natural health. As an RN, I just love people getting well and am thrilled when I see true healing – healing where the root cause is addressed and not just the symptoms. Friends on FB had been telling me about something they called TRS and that I needed to read about it. Well, I put it off and put it off…until I talked with Allie about her daughter Avalyn. I wanted to see if this could help a friend’s child that was vaccine injured and had similar problems. What Allie told me did it for me….
When I was in first grade, Mrs. Scherger, my soon-to-be 2nd grade teacher told me, “Here at Trinity, we learn cursive in 2nd grade, so starting next year, you’ll be able to read anything written by anyone, even the Constitution.” That was an exciting, mysterious prospect to me because at that time all I knew was the print in my readers.
And for some time now, under the Common Core State Standards Initiative for “best educational practices”, it states that “cursive is no longer required to be taught” and instead will be replaced by keyboarding.
Dyslexia Games has been successful in helping so many who have struggled with dyslexia, so I want to spread the word!
Brain research shows that Non-Dyslexics (easy readers) use the left brain when reading.
But when struggling dyslexics attempt to read, brain scans reveal an absence of activity in the left brain. …
Here is the giveaway I promised in the Dyslexia Games: Success For Kids Who Confuse Letters! post Monday.
We have TWO amazing resources for you. Even if your children (or you!) DON’T struggle with dyslexia, these books are great mind games. We can all use more brain power!
You can get a coupon code & ebook, AND you can enter our giveaway contest to win some of these great books! Be sure to get the code/ebook and enter the contest. Ends 11/17.