He wishes that he was diagnosed before 2007:
"I wish I had somebody helping me to understand that there were many others like me."
"I wish I had somebody in my life then that was really able to do an intervention and get me through those rough[school] years."
"I didn't want to put a Band-Aid on something. I want to figure out how to make it go away forever."
"There was no such thing called dyslexia. You were called it slow or ret**ded or whatever."
"What you can never change is the effect that the words 'dumb' and 'stupid', have on young people."
"I think that if you are not good at conventional work at school, you were made to feel stupid."
"I believe I am good at other things and I only discovered that once I left school."
Weekdays in my home office.
Those who have been diagnosed with dyslexia can receive a tax credit, income tax credit, and post-secondary grants. I help my students with the following tax credits and grants:
MB-HRC parents and individuals -2020 - 2021 summer
Mark it Read for Dyslexia - October 17 to 23, 2021
MTS-PD Presentation - October 22, 2021
For a diagnosis: