My latest project

I have been working on something for awhile now. I have started another website that is devoted to learning and learning difficulties. Right now i am gathering research related to various forms of dyslexia, and how to help students and adults affected by it. If you would like to take a peek, here is the link. If you know of any resources, aids, information, etc I would gladly welcome the information and input. Thanks so much.

I have a strong interest in this area, as some of my students have their own share of struggles. You know I am devoted to them and never give up on them, even if they feel overwhelmed or want to give up. If you know anyone who has had success or information in these areas, send them my way, ok?

About Kate Kresse

I love to write, I love to talk, I love to uplift people when I can. I am a woman in love with life. I am a wife, mom, tutor, writer, and I am a perennial optimist. (OK not every single minute but you get the point! :-)
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9 Responses to My latest project

  1. cobbies69 says:

    My brother had learning problems back in the 70’s and then there was not much known.. it is shame the knowledge was not about then..;)

  2. Oh, KATE! I knew it was a new Website before I even opened the email. Girl! When are you going to have time?!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😉 Okay, I know a few. Here they are:

    – Dr. Joe Sutton – Read anything he has written that you can get your hands on. (Book written by a brain scientist [what a true authority!] who documents having a stroke and recovering. Brilliant insights and touching testimony. Some weird-belief stuff, though.) (Amazing book. Just read it. Okay?)

    – (A nurse who was injured, tells of her troubles from a medically knowledgeable viewpoint.)

    – (Offers free coloring pages for help in retraining the brain.) (This site is for sale, but still functions. Amazing search engine!)

    – Bob Jones University offers 6-year bachelors program with tutors for LD students. Offers scholarships for those who’ve used their high school curriculum. Their motto: Every child is born with everything he needs to do what God wills that he do with his life. Dr. Sutton (#1 above) used to teach here.

    – (Magazine and huge Website for training special needs children at home, but filled with wonderful resources.

    Hope these help!
    Sending up prayers!!! 🙂

    ❤ K

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