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Unlock the Potential in Your Dyslexic Child

What is Dyslexia Outside-the-Box?

Dyslexic kids know they’re different. They wonder, “What’s wrong with me?”

Maybe nothing.

In the just-released Dyslexia Outside-the-Box, author Beth Ellen Nash provides a balanced perspective showing how a dyslexic child’s challenges are directly connected to the flip-side strengths of their brain’s unique wiring. This book brings together evidenced-based information about dyslexia and organizes it in an easy-to-understand format for anyone who knows and wants to support someone with dyslexia. It breaks down the many aspects of dyslexia and offers solutions that have the “whole person” in mind, showing how these children whose brains are delightfully wired differently can thrive, not just survive.

Dyslexia Outside-the-Box offers solutions
that have the “whole person” in mind

Learn how these children whose brains are delightfully
wired differently can thrive, not just survive

Multisensory Learning

The Flip-Side Strengths of Dyslexia

You’re not going to cure dyslexia. In fact, you wouldn’t want to. Many of the qualities you love about the dyslexics in your life include parts that are wired in.

Dyslexia Outside the box

Practical Strategies for Reading, Spelling, and Writing

The insights into reading, spelling, and writing challenges are accompanied by strategies for helping outside-the-box learners succeed in school.

Dyslexia Outside the box

Extensive Resources to Help Demystify Dyslexia

The valuable appendices are like talking to a friend for advice to navigate the maze of accommodations, remediation options, and challenges that often co-exist with dyslexia.

Here Are a Few of the Gems and Insights
You’ll Discover in Dyslexia Outside-the-Box

Dyslexia Outside-the-Box is filled with fun and easy suggestions, tips, and teaching ideas, and, best of all, encouragement for parents and teachers of dyslexic students. It’s a valuable resource for parents to use when conveying their children’s struggles and strengths to educators and professionals who work with them.

  • Genetic connection where at least three genes are linked to dyslexia
  • Direct comparison between challenges of dyslexia and flip-side strengths
  • Rethinking learning in three major academic areas impacted by dyslexia: reading, spelling, and writing
  • Embracing “whole person” personalized education
  • Preparing parents for the integral role in helping their child succeed and providing practical ways to help at home

Beth Ellen Nash has her education degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has 17 years’ experience working with struggling learners. She was the founder, director, and lead teacher for eight years at Hope Academy, a school for struggling middle school and high school students in Madison, Wisconsin.

In 2011 she shifted toward an individualized online and homeschool hybrid option and founded Wings to Soar Online Academy, specializing in the creation of Path to Success™ Personalized Learning Plans for dyslexics and other outside-the-box learners from kindergarten through 12th grade.

Beth Ellen is Curriculum Coordinator, Intervention Specialist, and Integrated Liberal Studies teacher for Wings to Soar Online Academy. She has tutored, assessed, and consulted with hundreds of families.

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