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In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Leslie Josel, founder of Order Out of Chaos. Leslie’s organization thrives by providing functional and practical help to parents and students who struggle with procrastination.Resources: Leslie's Website - https://www.orderoochaos.comLeslie's Book - https://bit.ly/3yKH8NkContact info for the podcast: lets…
 
In this Episode of the “Living With” series, Laurie and Abbey interview a friend and colleague, Stacey Harari, who shares her experience with dyslexia, ADHD and visual processing disorder. She talks through being diagnosed, coping with various struggles in school through college and getting her masters, as well as what she does professionally now a…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview DJ Tharrington, a previous client, who shares his journey of growing up with dyslexia, working around it, and pushing through college curriculum with and without accommodations. DJ also shares his experience in battling his own ADA discrimination case and how that pushed him to attend law school.Resources…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey continue their conversation with Darius Namdaran, founder of BulletMap Academy in Scottland. This is a continuation of a conversation that started on dyslexia in student and adults, mind-mapping, and learning strategies. This portion of the interview dives into managing dyslexia and ADHD in the workplace, along wit…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey start a conversation with Darius Namdaran, founder of BulletMap Academy in Scotland. This interview gets into the trenches of how students with dyslexia think, and how mind mapping can create a learning and organizing system that leads to exponential growth and understanding in their educational lives. Darius share…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Markus Stefani in the “Living With…” Series. Markus discusses his experience with ADHD, and going through testing for that as well as dyslexia and visual processing evaluations. Markus is an NYU student majoring in Economics with a minor in Business Studies. Laurie & Abbey get to hear about his experience…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview SJ as a part of the “Living With…” series. SJ talks about what it was like to be diagnosed and live with Visual Processing Disorder. The group discusses red flags, testing, diagnosis, and treatment.Resources: www.covd.orgVisual Processing Symptoms: https://bit.ly/3LMUaycContact info for the podcast: letst…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Hunter Donahue, a college student who is currently being treated for dysgraphia. Hunter shares his insight in coping with dysgraphia, advocating for his own needs and some tools that have helped him improve along the way.Resources: Dysgraphia Example - https://bit.ly/3ArmsJbMod Math - http://www.modmath.c…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Kendra Wagner, a Learning Specialist out of Seattle, Washington. Kendra shares her insight specifically with dysgraphia and shares her knowledge in treating, coaching and adapting to a life with dysgraphia. Read below for highlighted moments in this information packed interview.Resources: Kendra Wagner - …
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Emily Peterson, a ninth grade student who shares her perspective and experience in dealing with ADHD. Laurie also shares some parental insight, as Emily is her step-daughter as well. Emily talks through elementary years, getting diagnosed, and learning how to make the best of her diagnosis to achieve her …
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey wrap up the year 2021 and cast some vision for what is to come in future episodes of Let’s Talk Learning Disabilities.Resources: Contact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: https://ediagnosticlearning.comSocial:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eDiaglearning/T…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey Interview a past client, Emily, who was first introduced to Laurie when Emily was in the 5th grade. At that point Emily had already been diagnosed with dyslexia and had gone through a dyslexia program. In this interview, Emily shares first hand experience in learning to deal with dyslexia, and how she’s got to wher…
 
In this episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Tracy Otsuka, creator of the podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. This is part 2 of the interview, where they discuss Coretography among other topics. Find more info on her podcast at tracyotsuka.com.Resources: ADHD For Smart Ass Women Podcast: tracyotsuka.comContact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdi…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Tracy Otsuka, creator of the podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. In her podcast, Tracy talks about living with ADHD, supporting others who have ADHD, and learning more about it along the way. Find more info on her podcast at tracyotsuka.com.Resources: ADHD For Smart Ass Women Podcast: tracyotsuka.comContac…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey Interview Cheryl Susman, a coach in several different arenas, that all benefit the ADHD realm from individuals with ADHD, to parents and spouses who live alongside those with ADHD.Resources: Cheryl Susan, ADHD Coach - https://cherylsusman.comFree Resource "5 tools to Get and Stay Motivated with ADHD" - https://bit.…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey Interview Nancy Isaacs, former special education director in the Texas public school system. Nancy shares her perspective and experience in various professional viewpoints as she has been a general ed teacher, a special ed teacher, an educational diagnostician, a special ed coordinator and retired as a special ed d…
 
How to not be Fooled by the LiesWe see how to not be deceived by the pattern of lies, liars, and lying spirits. We can look around us and see that we , our friends, and a good deal of our nation has been deceived, and badly so. We have a story in the Bible about a liar sent to be used in warfare. His name was Rabshakeh, and he was a captain, sent m…
 
Secrets to overcoming current problems -- that we are not permitted to talk about!! But, so far, we can still tell Bible stories. Today, we start a 3 part series on the story about Rabshakeh the liar. He was sent to discourage and entrap the kingdom of Judah. Hezekiah was the King and Isaiah the prophet was alive. From II Chronicles 32, Isaiah 37 &…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Dr. Lindsay Berry, Optometrist in Frisco, TX at Vision Advancement Center. They talk about recognizing and treating visual processing disorders, and everything in between.Resources: Dr. Lindsay Berry OD, FCOVD: https://www.visionadvancement.comCollege of Optometrists In Vision Development: https://www.cov…
 
Wicked Rulers and Blessed Children -- prophetic light from II Chronicles. In a time when we are presented with darkness, lies, and threatenings... we have the hope, life and light from previous generations. We have concern for our health, for our livelihood, and for our children. God knows. God cares. God has a plan. It is encoded in the Bible, for…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk with a friend of theirs who is no stranger to the podcast, Beth McGaw, founder of Launchpad Consulting Group. This time they talk about help and support for those going through college, transitioning from college to the workforce or even adults looking to make a change in their career.Resources: Beth McGaw - b…
 
What happens when you are attacked? Viciously. Unnecessarily? Good news! God takes care of His. From the lesson of King Jehosaphat -- he sought the Lordhe listened to the answers - through the Word, through the prophetshe did as toldHe showed upThe Lord fought the battle by setting "ambushments." The enemy killed themselves.The kingdom of Judah was…
 
Trusting we still have the liberty to read the Bible in public, out loud, we read II Chronicles 15 & 16. King Asa does some things well and wisely and good good results. Then, he changes and chooses unwise pattern. He gets sick and dies. King Asa decides to trust his doctors, rather than the Lord. he feet get worse. Then he dies. Even tho, over all…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about Educational Therapy with Educational Therapist and practice owner, Hannah Ross. Hannah is in the Los Angeles area, and shares what Educational Therapy is and how it can help learners of all ages. Resources: Hannah Ross, Educational TherapistWebsite: http://hannahross.meEmail: hannahross.edtherapy@gmail.c…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about IQ testing, how it originated,what the testing is used for and how it continues to be useful in learningabout and treating learning disabilities.Resources: Contact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: https://ediagnosticlearning.comSocial:Facebook: ht…
 
Great topic for back to school! Confidence for overcoming school challenges is a vital issue for the student who has some sort of learning problem. First, one must start with the right identity or self concept. Then one must say, enunciate positive confessions (both good self-talk and appropriate words in social context.) This is fundamental. Almos…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about their personal experiences with ADHD. From their own diagnosis, to others they know, they share firsthand what it looks like to live with and treat ADHD.Resources: How To ADHD YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-nPM1_kSZf91ZGkcgy_95QContact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdisabiliti…
 
It used to be a rallying cry in education that we should teach students how to think rather than what to think. Looks like it was honored in the breach, doesn't it? When educators today do attempt to teach thinking skills, it is called "critical thinking." Why not analytical and synthetic thinking? Analytical thinking could sort through claims to f…
 
As the end of summer is in sight, please spend some quality time with your children. Here are some ideas.Soon, we will come up with some pointers on how to help your child think, learn, and sort out truth from lies.Still, we have a document that helps you sort out what is true and what is false -- in any situation. Simply use these 20 questions. To…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey unpack some really great thoughts on getting ready for school in the new year. They talk about reviewing your accommodation plan, and being communicative with teachers ahead of time. Laurie & Abbey also discuss what it looks like for students to advocate for their own needs as they get older and even enter college.…
 
July is already ending. Some of us are realizing that we haven't done what we wanted to do with the kids this summer. Others are running out of ideas. LOL Anyway, the episodes that I share about activities are always popular, so I'll include one or two now. Just having fun is of real value for children who are drilled mercilessly on their weaknesse…
 
Third in our series on healing. Nearly everyone needs a healing. Here we have lots of mothers who are praying for healing for their children. Among the grandparent generation, healing is top priority, top of mind. So far, we have established that healing is in the atonement. So, it is not a matter of getting God to heal us, but to receive the heali…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss the value of an Independent Education Consultant in a student’s life with friend and colleague, Beth McGaw. They talk about what an Independent Education Consultant is, and in what ways they can be of assistance to middle school aged students, all the way to college and beyond.Resources: Beth McGaw - bethmc…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss dyscalculia, what it is, and what it is not. They lay out what the common symptoms and evidence for having dyscalculia are, and how to cope with it.Resources: Touch mathhttps://www2.touchmath.comA few sites for math gap filling and skill building:https://www.mathplayground.comhttps://www.prodigygame.com/mai…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss standardized tests, applying for accommodations on those tests, and even what to do when those requests have been denied. They share several stories of past students who have been both approved and denied for accommodations on standardized tests such as the ACT, SAT or MCAT.Resources:Email: letstalklearning…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey chat with Betsy Williams, an Occupational Therapist with Top Pediatric Therapy. They discuss what occupational therapy is, how they can help with various learning disabilities, and improve someone’s quality of life, motor skills, and capability to learn.Resources:Betsy William OTR: http://www.toppediatrictherapy.co…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview friends, Amy & Michael Gehan who own their practice at Achieve Speech & Hearing in Plano, Texas. They discuss auditory processing, speech pathology and how they work together hand in hand. This interview is split between two episodes, 13 & 14. Listen or read the previous episode for the full interview.Res…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview friends, Amy & Michael Gehan who own their practice at Achieve Speech & Hearing in Plano, Texas. They discuss auditory processing, speech pathology and how they work together hand in hand. This interview is split between two episodes, 13 & 14. Continue listening or reading for the full interview.Resources…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey speak with their friend, Christie, an integrated medicine provider about a holistic approach to treating common conditions. Christie is a nurse practitioner with Natural Choice Pediatrics in Frisco, TX.Resources:https://www.naturalchoicepediatrics.com/christie-potterhttps://www.gxsciences.comEmail: letstalklearning…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey bring together many of the previous episodes as they address processing issues. While it may be a generic term, they realize that many approaches can be applied to multiple processing issues.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: https://ediagnosticlearning.comInteract…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey share about the topic of dysgraphia. They discuss ways to recognize it, provide insight into typical accommodations available, and offer practical resources to help those who are diagnosed.Resources:Recommended apps:SnapType: http://www.snaptypeapp.comModMath: http://www.modmath.comEmail: letstalklearningdisabiliti…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey follow up their previous discussion on 504 accommodations, and dive deeper into the world of special education. They discuss the guidelines, laws, qualification processes, as well as the benefits and downsides to special education.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website:…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about section 504 accommodations, what they are and how to get access to these accommodations. They share what it looks like to prove that these accommodations could be helpful, and develop an individual accommodation plan.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: ht…
 
In this Episode, Laurie interviews Dr. Charles Shidlofsky, or Dr. S as she knows him. Dr. S runs Neuro Vision Associates of North Texas and shares how visual processing disorders are diagnosed, what to look for, how they are treated, and how vision therapy can also be used outside visual processing disorders.Resources:Neuro Vision Associates: neuro…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey introduce visual processing disorders and the chief complaints they encounter when working with visual processing challenges. Many times, visual processing disorders are mistaken for other learning disorders, before ultimately finding the correct treatment needed. In the following episode, we’ll be joined by a visu…
 
In Episode 05 Laurie interviews friend Michael Snyder, who is a certified ADHD coach. They discuss what it looks like to identify ADHD, the tell-tale symptoms and the ups and downs one can experience transitioning medicines, dosages and strategies.Resources:www.MichaelSnyderCoaching.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelsnydercoaching/Instag…
 
In Episode 04 Laurie interviews friend Michael Snyder, who is a certified ADHD coach. They discuss what it looks like to identify ADHD, the tell-tale symptoms and the ups and downs one can experience transitioning medicines, dosages and strategies.Resources:www.MichaelSnyderCoaching.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelsnydercoaching/Instag…
 
In Episode 03 Laurie and Abbey share about their own experiences with ADHD.They touch on their personal challenges with having ADHD, as well asexperiences with clients, friends and family members who have ADHD as well.They also share about how ADHD testing, treatment and stigmas have changedover the years.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabiliti…
 
In Episode 02 Laurie & friend Melanie discuss what it looks like to be screened and diagnosed with dyslexia and what you can expect from therapy and the education system. Melanie is a dyslexia therapist who has opened her own private practice and speaks to the advice she gives to individuals and family members.Resources:www.gatewaygrowth.net melani…
 
In Episode 01 Laurie & Abbey unpack the unknowns behind dyslexia and what it looks like to seek testing, receive diagnosis and how to advocate for yourself or a loved one. Laurie & Abbey discuss common occurrences in testing at the right age and ruling out all other possible learning distractions before finding a good dyslexia program.Resources:Ema…
 
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