Dan Peters Demystifies Learning Differences Like Dyslexia

Does your child struggle with reading, writing, spelling, or memory? If so, you’ll want to listen to Dan Peters, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Executive Director of the Summit Center, as he explains a multitude of learning differences he sees regularly in bright and quirky kids. 

Dr. Peters also unpacks the many strengths kids with learning differences have, using the M.I.N.D. acronym.

Take a listen.

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2 Comments

  1. Suanne on April 23, 2022 at 8:26 am

    Very enlightening! I would love to hear Dr. Peter’s thoughts and definition of stealth dyslexia. It seems that if a child can read just fine, then he / she must not be dyslexic even if they possess all of the other traits / challenges / strengths that Dr. Peter’s described.

    • Dena on April 23, 2022 at 4:08 pm

      I wonder what it takes to have a diagnosis of dysgraphia. I have one kiddo who has always had challenges with writing—neatly, quickly, and for any length. My other kiddo also dislikes writing at length or explaining himself through writing, but is a little better able to draft his letters.

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