Dyslexia Coaching Course

The Brilliant Dyslexic


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  • Do you want to learn all you can about dyslexia?
  • Want a more in-depth course?
  • Learn how to be the mentor that your student or child needs in this thorough Dyslexia Coaching Course
  • In this course you will learn all about dyslexia and how you can work with your students to ensure their personal and academic success.
  • Because, quite frankly, I just want to help. 
  • It is estimated that 20% of all people have learning issues related to Dyslexia.  It is not rare and Dyslexia affects all of us.  Prisons have a 70% illiteracy rate, largely due to Dyslexia.
  • It is a systemic problem and I want to help each Dyslexic person be successful.
  • Teachers, parents, and people with Dyslexia, it’s time to educate ourselves so that we can properly educate others!
  • Giving Parents, Teachers & Administrators Solutions
  • I am a teacher.  I now work privately with Dyslexic clients, but when I was in the classroom, the system tied my hands.
  • If you’re a teacher and feel as if the red tape is too strong, or if you’re a parent and feel like you don’t have the tools to help your child, I’m here to assist you.


  • I had a class of Sixth Grade student and only 5 could read at or above grade level.
  • I received my teaching credential in 1994 and had students in my 6th grade classroom who read at the Pre-K level.
  • I had 33 students.  I had 4-5 students who read at a pre-K level.
  • Around 4 or 5 students who read at a K level.
  • About 4-5 students who read at a 1st grade level  and so on.
  • Why was it that some students could read, write and spell easily while for others it came with so much difficulty?
  • “I’m the teacher—but, how was I supposed to teach at so many levels?"
  •  So, I decided to go back to school to get a Master’s Degree and a Reading Specialist Credential.  Even after those programs, I still did not know about Dyslexia.
  • The idea of being able to teach everyone to read seemed difficult.  Then, I started learning about Dyslexia through some great programs that I will tell you about in this coaching course.
  • “I Want Every Student to Be Successful in reading, writing and spelling!”
  • After my Master’s Degree program and Reading Specialist Credential, my story became personal.
  • When my children were 5 and 3, I started picking up early warning signs in my three year old for Dyslexia.  Thank goodness I had already begun my studies in private seminars to learn about Dyslexia, otherwise I wouldn’t have known what to look for.
  • I started working with my son when he was three!  All of the things I did with him were oral.  I did not push letters on him.  However, I started changing his brain pathways when he was three, which made him become a successful student who is now in the tenth grade and at the top of his class!
  • “But people say my kid will outgrow their reading problem.  Can I trust them?" The short answer in "No."
  • Here is what you need to know.  Teachers largely are not taught about Dyslexia in their teaching credential programs.  I even got a Master’s Degree and a reading specialist credential. Still, I was not taught about Dyslexia.
  • I had to learn about Dyslexia through private seminars!
  • So, please do not wait for a school to diagnose Dyslexia.  For teachers, please listen to your gut.  Even though a student has gone through the testing process, in most schools, they do not test for dyslexia.










Dyslexia is a systemic learning difficulty that must be addressed in order to educate our society!

Do You Want To Know How To:

  • Find Out if you or a student you know has Dyslexia?
  • Learn why testing for Dyslexia is actually easy, not difficult?
  • Get some easy way to help your child learn how to spell easily?
  • Increase the self-esteem of your child?
  • Help students become successful in school?
  • Choose activities and programs that will work with you struggling student?
  • Motivate students how to read, write, and spell well?Then, this program is for you!



_______ Video: Orientation to the Course

Module 1: Dyslexia and the Pyramid of Language Learning

_______ Video: What is Dyslexia, and The Pyramid of Language Learning

Learn about the research the National Institute of Health has done on Dyslexia, and why some people are “natural readers” and others have difficulty with language and are Dyslexic.

_______ Video: The importance of Words and Syllables

Continuing work on the language pyramid, this module will teach you why it is so important to know the difference between a word and a syllable. You will learn why this skill is related to Dyslexia.

_______ Video: Pronunciation and its effects on learning

Moving up in the pyramid, why is it important that student speech is clear? How does this affect reading and writing performance?

_______ Video: Module 1 review

We will review the Language Pyramid, making sure to highlight the most necessary components.

Module 2: Phonemic Awareness versus Phonics

_______ Video: What is the difference between Phonemic Awareness and Phonics?

Many people have heard about phonics. What is Phonemic Awareness? Why is it so integral for great reading and writing?

_______ Video: Sound Juggling Chains part 1

The ability to manipulate sounds within words is the highest predictor of reading success.  One way to do this is by using sound chains. This module will answer, “What are sound chains?” and “Why are they so important. Examples are given.

_______ Video: Sound Juggling Chains part 2

Sound chains are very important, two videos must be spent on the concept.  Part two will give you more complicated sound chains, and even some to use with someone who is Dyslexic, and describe why they need to be repeated to create new neural pathways

_______ Video: Module 2 Review

We will review the difference between phonics and Phonemic Awareness and why Phonemic Awareness is so important.

Module 3: Co-contributing factors that can come with Dyslexia

_______ Video: ADD-ADHD

This video will explain how and why  Dyslexia and ADD/ADHD are related.  Also reviewed are Working Memory, which used to be called short term memory, and Executive Function, which are all related to both Dyslexia and ADD/AHD.

_______ Video: Warning sign checklist of ADD-ADHD

How can you tell if you, or someone you know has ADD/ADHD? This warning sign checklist will give you the warning signs to decide of further screening is a good idea.

_______ Video: Irlen Syndrome

The Irlen Syndrome is also called scotopic sensitivity. Why is this syndrome so closely related to Dyslexia and what are some solutions?

_______ Video: Module 3 Review

This video will review all of the contributing factors to Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, working memory, and executive function.

Module 4: Dyslexia Warning Signs and Symptoms

_______ Video: Warning sign checklist for Dyslexia

Might you, a student, or your child  have dyslexia? Find out the warning signs of Dyslexia, and how the pieces of the Dyslexia puzzle fit together.

_______ Video: Simple screening tool to use if you suspect dyslexia

When you’ve filled out the warning sign checklist for Dyslexia, further screening is important. This tool will help decide if it is in fact, Dyslexia.

_______ Video: More in-depth testing tool

Dyslexia ranges from mild, moderate, severe to profound. This tool will help decide where in the range you might be, and what that means for instruction.

_______ Video: Module 4 Review

Do you or someone you know have Dyslexia. This video is a review of the whole picture put together.

Module 5: The continuum of Dyslexia

_______ Video: Overview of learning systems affected by Dyslexia and ADD-ADHD

How do Dyslexia, Working Memory, ADD/ADHD all fit together? Solutions are given to help make each area run more smoothly.

_______ Video: What is Dysgraphia?

What is Dysgraphia? Why do people with ADD/ADHD and Dyslexia have difficulty with it? What solutions help?

_______ Video: Technology to help with Dyslexia

With today’s conveniences, there are a multitude of resources that help reduce anxiety or stress that can come with Dyslexia. How can we truly support our dyslexic students in the classroom?

_______ Video: Module 5 Review

This review will tie all of the ways we can support, and make each student successful in classrooms.

Module 6: Solutions and Various Programs for Dyslexia

_______ Video: Pronunciation Programs

How many different programs help with pronunciation?  Who should you go see?  How can you help students produce sounds correctly?

_______ Video: Programs to assist counting words and Syllables

We’ve reviewed why this is so important, now let’s find some programs with solutions to assist students with words and syllables.

_______ Video: Orton-Gillingham Programs

What is an Orton-Gillingham Program? Why are these programs so great at teaching Dyslexic students?

_______ Video: Module 6 Review

Solutions, solutions, solutions for Dyslexia. This video will sum up programs you can use with the dyslexic person in your life.