Top 10 Dyslexia YouTube Channels To Follow – Newz Hook | Disability News

Dyslexia is a neurodevelopmental problem that causes literacy difficulties. This can cause problems with working memory, information retention, organization, and processing speed. Over the years, technology has played a huge role in helping people with dyslexia. There are a growing number of dyslexic YouTube channels that provide valuable information and support for people with dyslexia and their families. If you’re looking for dyslexia information on YouTube, be sure to check out these top 10 channels to follow.

This reading mom

Becky Spence is the creator of the YouTube channel This Reading Mama, where she creates and shares practical learning resources for teachers and parents at home. Becky is a former teacher and reading tutor turned homeschooler with a graduate certificate in dyslexia and LBLD. Follow his YouTube channel or his blog.

Embrace dyslexia

This YouTube channel shares stories and opinions from dyslexic experts. Listening to the experts will help you understand dyslexia and how best to support someone with this disability.

This Nishantha Unantenne YouTube channel is dedicated to inspiring and helpful videos for people with dyslexia. Nishantha is an artist, middle school science teacher, and dyslexia expert. His YouTube channel shares his thoughts, experiences, ideas, and challenges as a person with a disability.

Understood – About dyslexia

Understood offers a comprehensive resource for parents of children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities by providing clear answers, simple tools, and ongoing support. The videos aim to raise awareness and empower people with dyslexia to realize their potential and thrive with confidence.

Made by Dyslexia

Made by Dyslexia is a global charity run by people with dyslexia. Their goal is to help the world better understand, value and support dyslexia and they believe in the game-changing power of dyslexic thinking.

learning ally

This YouTube channel shares video stories highlighting the remarkable impact of non-profit Learning Ally in the lives of children and adults with visual, physical and learning disabilities like dyslexia.

dyslexia.com.au

dyslexia.com.au is an online learning center that shares stories, challenges, experiences of children and adults with disabilities through its YouTube channel.

Reading flares

Reading Rockets is a national public media literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young children learn to read, why so much difficulty and how caring adults can help. They bring the best research-based strategies to teachers, parents, administrators, librarians, child care providers, and anyone else involved in helping a young child become a strong, confident reader.

The Ten Minute Tutor

This channel helps you stay up to date on all things teaching reading and spelling to people of all ages when they struggle to learn and/or haven’t had access to effective education . The videos provide research and evidence-based, fast, memorable, and fun teaching strategies that can teach anyone of any age to read and spell quickly.

Nessy

Nessy believes learning is fun! This channel is the perfect place to learn to read, write, spell and do math in a fun way. The family business, led by education experts, creates award-winning educational products and videos based on the science of reading.

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