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Best Podcasts to discuss dyslexia and other related disorders.

We speak about  research, interventions, special education policy. We also interview experts in the field.

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Best Podcasts to discuss dyslexia and other related disorders.

We speak about  research, interventions, special education policy. We also interview experts in the field.

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Stephen Yearout

  

Stephen has spent his career in Information Technology, mostly as a consultant running his own business. He is a husband, father to three amazing boys and he's dyslexic. Stephen began advocating for his own children, one is dyslexic and ADD, another was late identified as dyslexic. This has opened the door for him to educate himself on all learning differences in order to better represent his children. As that journey began Stephen quickly realized the need to educate others on dyslexia. Through his own struggles and first hand experience of how the school system failed him, Stephen has been inspired! He has made it his mission to help parents, children, teachers and legislators understand how and why we need to do better with education and intervention for our children and to create the best podcasts / vodcast to bring the most relevant information to you each week.

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Rachel Chambers

 Rachel Chambers Dreiling is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who over the years has cared for and treated children through nearly all aspects of illness and health and is currently working in an Emergency Department in Dallas, Texas.  She is a wife, the proud mother of two wonderful children who have learning disabilities, and a member of the Special Education Continuing Advisory Committee for the state of Texas. Growing up Rachel watched family members struggle to learn to read and write, and she realized when trying to get educational services for her own children that not much had changed over the last 30 years. This stoked a fire within her to create the best podcasts / vodcast and help others become better informed about the importance of early intervention for learning disabled children. 

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Show #32  Virginia Spencer is the Principal of Lumen Advocacy LLC, a Special Education and parent Advocate with  experience in Kansas, Illinois and Texas. She represents students in 19 school districts and 3 regions and is  familiar with the challenges of securing appropriate school services under the IDEA. She has a background in  parent training for ARD meetings, negotiating curriculum differentiation and non-attorney representation at
dispute resolution. Additionally, she provides presentations to groups or organizations-such as the IDA  Austin as well in-service training to private related service providers and is a certified NAMI presenter for the Parents and Teachers as Allies program. 


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