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  1. So I’ve gone through and read a bunch of threads about ADHD and slow processing and a bit on dyslexia but now would like some input 🙂 We just finished getting my soon to be 9yo son tested and I think I’m struggling with knowing how to put together a plan from here. His WISC Scores: VC 130 98% Similarities 16 98% Vocab 15 95% VS 108 70% Block Design 12 75%
  2. We have the testing completed. Dyslexia -dysgraphia- ADHD is the diagnosis for my 11 yr old ds. I'm having trouble finding a Tudor. Does anyone have thought on Sylvan learning for a tutoring option. I'm asking questions at Sylvan but can't seem to make sense of it. I'm not hearing key words or phrase like "Barton, O-G system, systematic phonetic approach..." and it has me concerned. The guy just keeps talking about how great his software is. His approach for my kid is to build his vocabulary. He thinks the phonetic window has closed because of his age. I really trust the experience yo
  3. We're very privately thinking of moving to Corpus Christi, and I have a new need for an educational therapist for one of my children. Are there any in the area who do Feuerstein therapy? Any who regularly help with low working memory, dysgraphia in written expression, SLP in pragmatics? NILD, AET, SCLE? Any private, therapeutic schools? (cross-posted to geographic forum)
  4. We're very privately thinking of moving to Corpus Christi, and I have a new need for an educational therapist for one of my children. Are there any in the area who do Feuerstein therapy? Any who regularly help with low working memory, dysgraphia in written expression, SLP in pragmatics? NILD, AET, SCLE? Any private, therapeutic schools? (cross-posted to learning challenges forum)
  5. I am searching high and low for a writing curriculum that I think would help my son. He is 8 1/2 and in 3rd grade, but his writing looks like a kindergarteners on a good day. And he really struggles with organizing thoughts to put into writing. He may be considered dysgraphic, though I have never had him evaluated for that. I am looking for a program that will really lay out all of the steps and build incrementally. I've tried the more open-ended approach with Brave Writer and free writing and giving writing prompts. We are working through BJU level 2 and Moving Beyond the Page langua
  6. If anyone has any experience with either of these, I'd love some input! DS1 (nearly 10) is in the middle of Barton level 5 and DS2 (age 8) is in Barton level 4 (during which we repeat/stick with each lesson until he "gets it"....this level is just so stinkin' difficult!) I have had them do copywork, but have not addressed "writing" (as in, composition) thus far (or at least, not "formally"!) Now, though, I am debating between IEW (institute for excellence in writing http://iew.com/ ) and Here to Help Learning (http://heretohelplearning.com/). I have researched IEW alot and know it
  7. Now in week 20 of WWE2, and my newly-8yo is crying nearly every day we do writing! He is very smart, but he has SPD and a fine motor delay and was recently diagnosed with dysgraphia (still wrapping my brain around that). He can copy a sentence or two, with pretty bad handwriting, and does great with the narrations and answering questions after the passages. But the dictations! They are becoming longer and more frequent and he's just not able to do them without a lot of time and incredible distress. Today he was supposed to write "'Your words are bold,' the king said to Alexander, 'but are
  8. Has anyone tried the Mod Math app? It's free, and looks like it could be pretty cool for people with handwriting troubles. http://www.modmath.com/
  9. Last year DD12 was assessed and diagnosed with stealth dyslexia and dysgraphia. She is a voracious reader, so the psychologist believes that she has basically memorized thousands of word shapes in order to read. She re-reads books multiple times, so we think that she's basically picking up more each time she reads it through, although her comprehension was in the 95th percentile. The recommendations on her report were to get a COVD exam and possible treatment, an OT eval for visual-motor integration and fine motor coordination difficulties, and “a reading and writing tutor that focuses u
  10. I met with my son's former IEW tutor on Thursday and she loaned me an excellent magazine put out by The International Dyslexia Association titled Perspectives of Language and Literacy: Understanding Executive Function Spring Edition 2014. The research in this magazine is helpful for understanding the why's of EF. If you are not a member of the IDA, the cost for the magazine is $15. I called out mothers with dysgraphic kiddos because one of the articles explains the strong link between fine motor and executive function; however, the mag will benefit any parent of a child with learning iss
  11. Hi There, I had my son evaluated yesterday, and the results said he has dysgraphia. I've known for a while that his handwriting when trying to do school work is horrible. His cursive was rather good, but quick writing produces awkward looking letters. When in Public school he preferred printing. At his eval, the Dr suggested doing typing whenever possible. He said that I could have him do beautiful writing ... (slowly) but it would do nothing in his note taking skills, and that it's a waste of time for him. (in his opinion) His IQ is rather high... His math score was low, because
  12. Hi There, My son is going into 6th grade, and so I'm looking for a program that will help his writing for next year. I'd picked a basic workbook writing program, but I'm wondering if there's an computer based program... Thanks!
  13. Apparently it is a way of typing in or selecting math so a student doesn't have to write out everything in higher level math problems by hand? Just thinking this might be an interesting option for dysgraphic kids and kids with low working memory? Never heard of it until today. Someone mentioned it on Dyslexic Advantage. http://www.dessci.com/en/products/MathType/
  14. My ds10 is currently seeing an OT for motor planning and handwriting issues. I've attached a brief article that describes the skills needed for handwriting, problems kids may have, and some strategies to help them. It is a general overview, but it helped me to better understand all of the different skills needed in order to write. http://www.cdl.org/resource-library/articles/graphomotor.php
  15. Hi. I'm a homeschooling mom of two boys, 9 & 4. My oldest was just (kindof) diagnosed with NLD yesterday. We thought he had dysgraphia but wanted a professional opinion since he also struggles some with attention and executive functioning. I thought dysgraphia was tough to explain! Of course it's all that not surprising, but I'm still trying to process this new info. I hadn't come across NLD before, but after going through the description I agree it seems a fitting diagnosis. Thank goodness we started homeschooling when he was 7! Anyone else familiar with this? What have you found
  16. How do you deal with grading papers or written assignments for your Dyslexic kiddo once they reach the HS level? Up until HS DS was basically accommodated out of any writing due to dysgraphia/dyslexia, but he is a Sophomore now and I have real concerns about his writing abilities and how best to get him to progress. Our main areas of concern are: organization to complete the assignment, mechanics and self-editing, expressing more mature thought in written expression. I am thinking about setting certain goals like Level One Goal -If you finish the paper with the correct word count and struct
  17. My older son, 15, is twice exceptional (gifted with learning disabilities), and I thought other parents might find it helpful to know how we've navigated college/dual enrollment with those disabilities. In short, we've found enormous support but accommodations don't solve everything. I'm glad to answer questions on this list, off list, or via my blog. Accommodating Disability, College Style
  18. We're one year post testing, and I'm still working on finding good fits for my 10 year old in some subjects. Writing is not coming along very well. She can do creative writing on the computer (slowly, as her typing is still very slow) and turn out some nice stories. If it's on paper though, it's a completely different story, and if it's not something creative, same thing. I recently got the Singapore Sentences to Paragraphs book 4 for her, and it started out well enough, but now that it wants her to just write a paragraph, it's not giving her enough help in what to do. She was supposed to
  19. Hi all, I've been on the WTM boards for years, although I've been on hiatus from here for most of the last year. I went to a Susan Barton presentation last night and came away confirmed in my suspicion that at least two of my kids are dyslexic. I was beginning to think I should just put my 4th grader in school, but I'm more convinced now than ever before that home is the place for her and her siblings. No bureaucracy, no advocacy, just suck it up and git 'er done. But how, exactly? I'm re-evaluating my curriculum choices, so I'll be doing lots of research on the boards to find the
  20. Last year I could barely get a sentence out of DS, he is 11, and in 5th grade. He is also dysgraphic and/or NVLD, so the physical act of writing is very difficult for him. He is very bright, and VERY verbal, with wonderful descriptive language, and an ear for inflection, but has problems relating a story in any kind of logical order. I tried WWS, but could tell by the second excerpt that he was going to really hate the selections, so I am working on narrations using a book of parables from world religions. I did a lot of reading over the summer, and I think I really understand the
  21. I'm new here, and Ds is 7 (starting 2nd grade). We just received a diagnosis of dysgraphia and mild ADD, and I'm kind of lost trying to plan for next year's writing and spelling. This year we did WWE 1 and AAS 1. WWE worked well-- he found the story excerpts interesting, but the writing was a lot of work and his penmanship is pretty bad. Spelling is especially challenging for him, and AAS was a disaster. We also need to work on grammar in a way that isn't writing intensive. I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!
  22. I'm wondering if some of dd8's struggles are caused by dysgraphia. Handwriting has always been difficult and stressful for her, and her writing isn't pretty in spite of her perfectionist tendencies. In particular, she has always struggled with reversals--which I just took as normal when she is younger, but it seems they should have resolved by now. I don't see her reversing letters much anymore, but she does it all the time with numbers--they are at least as likely to face backwards as forwards, and I don't think she recognizes the difference. She can even be looking at a model of the number a
  23. Originally posted on the general board, someone pointed me over here. I'm hoping some people can share experiences with me: I'm wondering if some of dd8's struggles are caused by dysgraphia. Handwriting has always been difficult and stressful for her, and her writing isn't pretty in spite of her perfectionist tendencies. In particular, she has always struggled with reversals--which I just took as normal when she is younger, but it seems they should have resolved by now. I don't see her reversing letters much anymore, but she does it all the time with numbers--they are at least as lik
  24. Ok-DS13 had dsylexia and dsygraphia. We have tried every curriculum under the sun! Here we are 3 weeks before school and I can't figure out what I am going to use for history! I am bring home my ds10 this year and he needs some remediation in reading and spelling so I will not be able to read everything to DS13 and baby sit him. We tried in the Past: Sonlight-loved the stories hated to read! I read everything to him and we talked about the books. He really remember alot. He would be studying the Eastern Hempishere. He doesn't want to study it.:confused: He wants modern history (like WWI a
  25. My DS 14 has been working at the high school level for a few years, and while his ability to grasp higher level topics is strong, his ability to study for a test or take notes is, well, not so swift. He is dysgraphic and has ADHD, so I know these are playing a role in the development of these skills, but he needs to develop these before moving on to classroom experiences in the next few years. For note taking, he'll try taking notes to the Teaching Company course he's selected, Meteorology. He'll also be taking notes from his reading, likely guided by a set of questions at first (working
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