5 Critical Ways to Manage a New Dyslexia Diagnosis in Your Teenager

See Dr. Coral Hoh’s contributed post to ParentingTeens&Tweens.

As parents, we’re constantly worrying about our children—if they feel safe, seen, validated, secure. And any parent who has a child struggling academically knows first-hand how overwhelming that can be as you rack your brain trying to find answers. We all just want our children to know they are beautiful and valuable, each in their own unique way. But for children with learning challenges like dyslexia, the path to validation and acceptance can be a rocky road, which is why maybe it’s time we look at this reading and learning disorder in a whole new way.