Educate, Don't Just Accommodate:

Myths and Truths About Dyslexia and AD/HD

The Myth:

Your child with AD/HD, Dyslexia, or other learning disorders will always need accommodations to substitute for solid academic skills and the executive function skills to apply them.

The Reality:

  • Your child can learn to read.

  • Your child can learn to spell.

  • Your child can learn to write compositions.

  • Your child can learn math.

  • Your child can learn how to learn.

  • Your child can learn to be a skilled, independent student who succeeds in school and later in the workplace.

These same realities apply to adults with Dyslexia and/or AD/HD. There is no age limit to learning skills that maximize your potential.














Barbara Bennett
Barbara Bennett
Barbara Bennett