Research, research, and research! Find more answers and research as much as you can. -Gea
Every dyslexia mom has a different story but shares the same struggle: Finding equitable education for their kids.
In this episode, Dr. Lauren, with guest Gea Meijering, the author of Hacking the Code: The Ziggety Zaggety Road of a Dyslexic Kid and a mother to a dyslexic son will talk about her Dyslexia journey and how she and her son overcame the challenges.
Tune in now and hear what Gea has to say for all the Dyslexia Mom Bosses out there!
Highlights & Resources
- Gea’s Dyslexia Journey with her son
- Knowing your child’s strengths and weaknesses
- How her son is diagnosed with Dyslexia
- Equitable education for Kids with Language Based Learning Difficulties
- Gea’s advice for Dyslexia Mom Bosses
- Hacking the Code: The Ziggety Zaggety Road of a Dyslexic Kid
About Our Guest
Gea is passionate creative and original ideas give her a jolt of energy.A storyteller, marketeer, parent mentor, and artist with a passion and a mission. As the mother of a dyslexic son, she researched dyslexia better than an FBI agent would, and witnessed the dyslexia struggle and the gift it can be, upfront and personal.
She also volunteered as a parent mentor for the special education department of her local school district and is a dynamic dyslexia advocate. Over the years she saw many kids and their parents struggling to find out why the school wasn't going well.
Reason to write a children's book that offers kids and families the opportunity to identify with the different characters, make visible the learning struggles some students go through, and bring dyslexia awareness to the community. Gea grew up in the Netherlands and is now living in SoCal.
Audio Book: www.audible.com/author/Gea-Meijering
Get in Touch
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