A new video series–Dyslexiaville— has come out developed by Academy Award winning director/producer Peggy Stern (Best Animated Short, 2006 – The Moon and the Son:  An Imagined Conversation), that is created by and for kids with a diagnosis of dyslexia and other learning differences.  I watched the first video and it was hilarious – lots of quirky special effects and great jokes as ”Professor Boom” assesses the differences between the ”dyslexic brain” and the ”non-dyslexic brain.” There are several other videos in this series, and new videos launch every Tuesday.  I highly recommend that you take a look, and then subscribe!


For more information on the strengths of people diagnosed with dyslexia and other brain differences, see my book The Power of Neurodiversity:  Unleashing the Advantages of Your Differently Wired Brain.

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