By The Understood Team
School isn’t the only place where your child can work on skills related to dyslexia. There are lots of fun ways to encourage reading and writing at home. Explore the ideas below.
Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D.
Dec 20, 2013
Dec 20, 2013
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