Dyslexia Practitioner and Author
I am a certified dyslexia practitioner and I run my own business for tutoring and consulting.
Day to Day
I write my own blogs, so I post my work or what I did with a child or share articles that I find that I think are of interest. I make phone calls to parents or people I may be able to help. Sometimes, I’m in school districts during the day and do embedded training where I go into classrooms and work with teachers. After school, I either do professional development for teachers or tutor my own students. When I’m not doing that, I’m busy writing my books.
Advice for Getting Started
Here's the first step for college students
Keep learning. Never just think I am “this” or that there’s nothing else - there’s always something to learn and there's always a way to grow. Doors open up when you’re open. When you’re open to learning and hearing new ways and staying in an open mind set, more comes to you. You never know who you could end up talking to. By being open, I’ve ended up doing things I didn’t think I would do. Stay open, you never know what’s going to guide you in different directions.