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In recognition of National Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia Awareness Month, several children participated in a Robert Tate Speed and Agility Football Camp. The football camp, hosted by the Reading Clinic, Inc., was an annual charity fundraiser for dyslexia. The camp was held on October 17, at the Benjamin Johnston Memorial field in Philadelphia, and drew Read More →

I struggled in school but I never had dyslexia. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability that affects a person’s reading comprehension, writing, and spelling. Children with disabilities are often called children with special needs. Due to their difficulty reading and writing they’re often teased because they’re unable to perform age-appropriate motor skills. However, underneath the Read More →