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Lyn Pollard is a writer, advocate and mom to two kids with learning and attention issues. As parent advocacy manager for the National Center for Learning Disabilities, Pollard helps connect parents to resources that empower them and their kids to become effective advocates. As a founding member of Decoding Dyslexia Texas, she works to raise awareness and improve school-based special education services in her home state and beyond.
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