Episode 2 – Dyslexia Correction

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Show Notes

“I’m trying to think, is there a voice going on in my head?”

In this episode, Matt and Richard take a deep dive into the book The Gift of Dyslexia and Matt’s experience with Davis Dyslexia Correction program.
Richard being a non dyslexic provides a curios voice as he works to understand how a dyslexic person thinks and process information, compering such things such as how they both read differently, process problems and spell words.
Matt has benefited a lot from this book and the program and provides insights into how his thinking has changed.

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