Through intimate and, at times, heartbreaking interviews, Kelli Sandman-Hurley uncovers the frustrations, rage and shame that we dyslexics can experience. Yet through Sandman-Hurley's remarkable insight and understanding of the dynamics of dyslexia she offers a hope-filled path through the maze of institutional terminology and powerful emotions. Anyone who has a connection with a dyslexic needs to read this book. If you read one book about the challenges and hope of dyslexia, The Adult Side of Dyslexia is the one!
Normal and typical are not synonyms. More and more, we're becoming aware of this truth, and The Adult Side of Dyslexia continues the conversation. Exploring thematic and personal journeys, this book is full of thoughtful empowerment, presented in ways that every reader will find engaging, usable, and accessible.
Droney and Verbiest have produced an absolutely essential resource for everyone involved in supporting autistic children and young people in schools. This book is a treasure trove of practical strategies, complemented with real world examples from the classroom. The authors' strength-based and inclusive ethos, their engaging and accessible style, and their commitment to centering autistic voices, render this book a must-read for all involved with autistic children and schools.