Dyslexia: Navigating Resources & Finding Help

Dyslexia: Navigating Resources & Finding Help

There’s no shortage of places for parents to turn if their child needs help with school. But for children with learning differences like dyslexia, there are some important factors to consider when getting help.   Here are a few places to start: Dr. Maggie Wright,...
Myths & Truths About Dyslexia

Myths & Truths About Dyslexia

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month! To help correct the abundance of misconceptions about this common learning disorder, we are doing some “myth busting” all month! Each week in October we’ll be sharing the following myths and facts:
5 Tips for Preparing for School Conferences

5 Tips for Preparing for School Conferences

Especially after the past year and half of non-traditional instruction and frequent interruptions due to COVID, parents (and students) may feel anxious as parent-teacher conference time approaches. “Many parents are worried about the academic impact of the pandemic...
The Wright Psychology & Learning Center Celebrates 15 Years!

The Wright Psychology & Learning Center Celebrates 15 Years!

The Wright Psychology & Learning Center Celebrates 15 Years! It’s been an honor and privilege to serve so many families and students over the past 15 years. This month, our staff is celebrating every challenge faced, obstacle overcome and milestone achieved. As...
The Science of Reading: A Primer for Parents

The Science of Reading: A Primer for Parents

There’s a lot of local attention getting paid to “Science of Reading” these days – and for good reason. Here’s a quick primer, specifically for parents. What is the Science of Reading? The term “Science of Reading” refers to more than two decades of research that...
Dyslexia tutoring disrupted? We can help!

Dyslexia tutoring disrupted? We can help!

Has your child’s dyslexia tutoring been disrupted? All of our certified and credentialed Barton tutors are now available virtually for online tutoring to help close any gaps! “Many of our existing Barton tutoring students have moved to online tutoring sessions,” says...
Diagnosed with Dyslexia: What’s Next?

Diagnosed with Dyslexia: What’s Next?

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month – so we continue our blog series exploring more specifics about the condition. This week, we feature a Q&A interview with Abby Klein,  Director of Academic Services at the Learning Center @ Wright Psychology. Abby is a Certified...
Dyslexia: A Primer for Parents

Dyslexia: A Primer for Parents

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month – so on the blog this week we sat down with Dr. Maggie Wright, Psy.D., founder of Wright Psychology and Learning Center, to delve into some of the specifics about the condition – what is it, warning signs parents can look for,...