When we first got the suspected diagnosis of dyslexia, it was a challenge. We did what everyone else probably did and went to Dr Google to get more information. There was so much to look at. It was a challenge sorting out the good from the bad from the crap. I considered myself somewhat lucky as I have a substantial science background and could evaluate research and make some head way in deciphering what we needed to do and what we should be doing. It was a lot of work and it was not easy. I earned my degree:
That is what this blog is about; to share those experiences to help others see through the maze and misinformation. The dyslexic field is rife with pseudoscience and there are many traps for the unwary. I still do not know if there is a light at the end of the tunnel as the journey is still going on. I liken what we are doing with my daughter as training for a marathon…. you just have to do the miles.