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,...
Mythbusters: Dyslexia Edition

Mythbusters: Dyslexia Edition

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month! To help correct the abundance of myths and 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 to...
Preparing for School Conferences: Tips & Sample Questions

Preparing for School Conferences: Tips & Sample Questions

Conference time can make any parent (and student!) feel nervous or worried – especially if you anticipate certain issues related to academic performance or behavior may be addressed. So how you can you make the most of the brief time with your child’s teacher and keep...
Good Habits for Back to School

Good Habits for Back to School

It’s hard to believe that back-to-school time is already here! Many families struggle with re-establishing a routine. Here are some tips to ease back in to early mornings and busy days: #1- Get the right amount of sleep Summer tends to alter students’ sleep schedules....