Dyslexia Resources



Dyslexia Center of Utah
Dyslexia Facts and Statistics- Austin Learning Solutions
Dyslexia Statistics- Learning Inside-Out
Dyslexia Statistics and Myth Busting

Medical Sites

Kids Health
Mayo Clinic
Medicine Net
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)



American Dyslexia Association
Davis Dyslexia Association International
International Dyslexia Association
Learning Disabilities Association of America
National Center for Learning Disabilities
The Dyslexia Foundation


The Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain
Dyslexia: Tine for Talent
Secret Life of a Dyslexic Child
The Gift of a Dyslexic Child
Dyslexia at College


Autism Resources


I received an email from a high school student named Kathleen who is currently a part-time volunteer/intern with Educator Labs. Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, Kathleen put together resources on autism which you will find below in an effort to empower others with autism.

Thanks for sharing Kathleen, and best of luck!


Autism Speaks Resource Guide



Career Assistance for People with Autism



National Center for Autism Resources & Education



AutismNOW Transition Planning



Aquatic Therapy for Children with Autism





Father’s Day Resource Articles

Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers with special needs children.

Often we forget about fathering a child with special needs, that dads have the same anger and frustrations and experience many sleepless nights. In Honor of Dads, I have located articles that focus on the needs of dads raising children with special needs.


6 Secrets of Strong Special Needs Dads- The Mighty

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Special Needs Dads- Firefly

11 things a special needs Dad wants you to know- Love That Max: Special Needs Blog

Fathering Special Needs Children- Father Work

Five Ways a Father Can Bond With His Special Needs Child-Friendship Circle Blog

To all the fathers of special needs children-Just Bring the Chocolate Blog


Noah’s Dad– A blog on giving the world a window into the life of a family raising a child with down syndrome

sloanpasher– Neil Pasher blogs on parenting his  special needs daughter,daughter sloan, diagnosed with Aicardi Syndrome

Flag Day Activities


In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14th as National Flag Day. While not a federal holiday it is observed in all fifty states.

Flag day is a great opportunity to help your child or student work on a number of areas including fine motor skills , counting and vocabulary. A simple activity  such as painting. using just a regular paper plate and some store purchase star stickers, children will enjoy working on this fun activity.


flag day plate

A second activity; using regular pop sticks, children can paint and over their colors

flag day pic

I have also included a third activity which includes tracing the letter F, counting the number of stars, tracing a star, coloring a star and unscrambling words.

You will find this activity here. TRACE THE LETTER F

7 Steps to Organizing Your Training Records

organized records

Ever felt so submerged in your own paperwork, that you just found it so difficult to move on? Click on the link below to learn more on organizing your training records.

7 Steps to Organizing Your Training Records.