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Reading Improvement, Reading Difficulties, Reading Fluency, Reading Skills at by lindamoodbell Posted Thu 07 May 2009 11:30pm  - We have introduced Stimulus Package For Education, ARRA Education, ARRA For Schools, Stimulus Money For Schools, Stimulus Money For Education, Stimulus Package For Schools, Stimulus Funds For Schools, Stimulus Funds For Education which help student to achieve better result in education programs. Our Dyslexia Tea ... Read on »
Why older people struggle to read fine print – new study by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sun 25 Nov 2012 12:00am Issued by University of Leicester Press Office on 22 November 2012 Unique research into eye-movements of young and old people while reading discovers that word recognition patterns change as we grow older Psychologists from the University of Leicester have carried out unique eye tests to examine reading styles in young and old people – ... Read on »
Word reading still predicts comprehension by JohnL Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 28 Apr 2010 2:53am Justin Wise and colleague examined the reading comprehension of students with differing problems in reading fluency. Some of the students only had difficulty with reading connected text fluently, but others had difficulty in reading connected text and individual words fluently. They found that for both groups the ability to read individua ... Read on »
Morning Question # 8 – Which personality Disorders can’t read other people? by David M. Posted Mon 02 Jul 2012 5:00am Which P ersonality Disorders can’t read other people? None really. The closest would be Schizoid Personality Disorder they can read people they just don’t care for people, any people. They are the classic hermits and loner. I think you are asking about the Autism Spectrum. Autism, Asperger’s and Pervasive Developmental Disorder NOS. ... Read on »
On resolving difficulties by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 21 May 2013 9:08am Somewhere I read where we resolve most of our difficulties in life by turning them into problems. I know I have been there.  All of us, I think, tend to spend too much time listening to the music on the Titanic.  Our “feel goods” leave us blindfolded in the middle of onrushing traffic.  And we tend to pay them a curious allegience regardles ... Read on »
I finished reading a book by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Sep 2010 12:00am Here’s a blast from the past. About a year ago, I wrote this post (but forgot to publish it), absolutely giddy about having finished reading a book. Looking at where I’m at now, it’s pretty amazing the changes I’ve been through. After not having been able to get through an entire book in years (although one of my favorite pastimes was alw ... Read on »
Young Kids with Asthma May Lag in Reading Skills by Medline Plus Posted Wed 15 Dec 2010 4:33pm Wednesday, December 15, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young children who start school with asthma may lag behind their peers in developing reading skills, a new study suggests. The findings, according to resea ... Read on »
Dysfluent reading in disorganized brains by JohnL Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 04 Dec 2007 12:00am Bernard Chang and colleagues, who study a rare genetic disorder called periventricular nodular heterotopia (PNH), have found evidence that points to a specific relationship between certain brain structures and dysfluent reading. People with PNH have difficulty reading fluently and their genetic disorder causes a known aberration in neural ... Read on »
Assistance requested with reading Emily Post inscription by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Mon 24 Mar 2014 3:46pm Emily Post continued her literary career and in 1910 An Eagle's Feather was published.  Apparently, she was still in contact with George E. Barton.  Here is a copy of the inscription to him in this book I am having a little difficulty with reading the print - it seems that Emily Post is stating her dissatisfaction with something ... Read on »
PAST JOURNAL ENTRY~October 29 & 30, 2005~Anticipating Therapist's Vacation by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:18pm I'm feeling a bit vulnerable with all of you. I guess, in general I'm feeling vulnerable. But, I am hesitant to share my journal again. I feel like I did when I first started doing so. Talking about my eating disorder really kicked stuff up. But here goes... PAST JOURNAL ENTRY Geoffrey, I guess, I've felt detached from you and fr ... Read on »