Kentucky Educational Television (KET) special program “Daddy Am I Stupid? The Dyslexia Dilemma”
A story about dyslexia told from the point of view of a Kentucky man whose son has grown up tortured by the disability as he tries to change the lives of children struggling against this puzzling learning disability. A KET Fund for Independent Production. Go to www.ket.org for information about Kentucky Educational Television. Video produced by TV Rock Productions.
Pam Jackson, Reading Specialist from Lexington- Fayette County Public Schools gives a presentation at the Kentucky Association Of School Administrators meeting in Louisville tiled : “From Non Readers to Grade Level Readers in 6 months”
WAVE 3’s Lori Lyle reports for Health Alert Today about the RAD lenses that are helping people with Dyslexia read better, the doctor who invented them and a school that is using them.The report was presented in three parts.
The RAD Prism is NOT intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
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