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Meet a Dyfference Maker: Michelle Keiper
Meet a Dyfference Maker: Michelle Keiper I had the privilege of interviewing Michelle Keiper, a former teacher, mother of a child with dyslexia, and the founder of Decoding Dyslexia Oklahoma. Michelle is a passionate advocate for dyslexia and has been instrumental,...
Stapleton’s Story: Part 1 – The Early Years
It’s time to tell our story. Our son Stapleton’s story.
And to best do this, to really share our journey, we’ve chosen to chunk our timeline into milestones and to insert Stapleton’s own feelings about his struggles as he reflects back on them now as a 10 year old.
Stapleton’s Story: Part 2 – A Turning Point
So I turned to Facebook, begging for advice. I asked others who have overcome their struggles with dyslexia to write and encourage my son.
I desperately wanted to give him hope-to let him know this misery wouldn’t last forever.
Stapleton’s Story: Part 3 – Where We Are Now
This school year started out wonderfully, but after the “honeymoon phase” quickly wore off, Stapleton was back to being awake all night, worrying about everything.
Our son is still being treated for anxiety, all because he was simply not taught to read in the first place.