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Checking out "Stealth Dyslexia:Flying Under the Radar(Peters) Site License" on Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted Events: https://www.cysalesteam.com/seng/event/stealth-dyslexiaflying-under-the-radarpeters-site-license
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Available until May 19th, 20251747715400 Cost: $150.00Gifted children with learning disabilities are most often missed, and stealth dyslexia has become a primary culprit.

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In an educational era that promotes “meeting expected grade requirements,” gifted children with learning disabilities are most often missed, and stealth dyslexia has become a primary culprit. Due to their advanced thinking and compensatory strategies, many gifted students with dyslexia exhibit “average” performance, while still struggling to sound out words, read fluently, spell, and write. Without early intervention and accommodations to counter increasing reading and writing demands, compensation grows less adequate and academic performance, self-esteem, and emotional functioning deteriorate. Learn how stealth dyslexia presents in gifted children, how to accurately diagnose it, and what to do about it. Originally aired on May 12, 2015
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