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Dr. Frenette Eide, Co-Author of The Dyslexic Advantage Interviews Tom Guyer for their Newsletter

Dr. Eide was great to talk to. The message being sent by The Dyslexic Advantage book and accompanying website is very cool. Their findings, based on brain science, support the idea that while dyslexic individuals may have difficulty with learning reading, this difficulty comes with advantages in how we think and solve problems. I was humbled to be singled out for a talk with Dr. Eide. Read More

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The Sonday System: From a Struggling Student to a Graduate from College

Kelly Benitez has a unique perspective on the Sonday System. The program changed her life — first as a student, then as a tutor — giving her skills and confidence that eventually led her to pursue a graduate degree from Mount St. Mary’s University in California. Read More

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Arlene Sonday Helps FDU Build One the Nation’s Oldest Dyslexia Specialist Training Courses

We are proud to call Arlene Sonday our author and content partner. She has been advocating and promoting the use of Orton-Gillingham strategies for her entire career. One of her most rewarding projects is her work with Dr. Mary Farrell and her staff at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU). Read More

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Sonday System and Orton-Gillingham Lessons: Helping Kids Break the Code in Reading

When Jennifer Needham’s first-grade son was having trouble reading, she was surprised to find her master’s in education didn’t adequately prepare her for the challenge. Not a good feeling. Read More

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Orton-Gillingham and The Sonday Legacy

I was a struggling student. My parents found a remarkable Orton-Gillingham teacher who understood how to teach me. That teacher, Arlene Sonday, worked with me to improve my decoding and reading skills. I became a successful student and ultimately graduated with honors from college. Read More

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