What Is This Thing Called Dyslexia? If you thought dyslexia was reading backwards, reversal of letters, or a reading disability, this article will broaden your understanding of a complex syndrome which affects 10-15% of our population. Learn dyslexia's 25 characteristics. CROUCH (Order Publication #1)

 

The Battle To Read. This article, from the Wall Street Journal, deals with dyslexia. It tells about the causes of dyslexia and methods of remediation that are being used. SIMON (Order Publication #2)

 

Dyslexia -- Why Can't I Read? This paper gives a general overview of dyslexia, what it is and the importance of specific remediation. HARDMAN (Order Publication #3)

 

Ptolemy Rides Again; Or, Dyslexia Doesn't Exist? This paper proves through testing, observation and remediation that dyslexia does exist. SHEDD (Order Publication #4)

 

Dyslexia: Not a Reading Disability But a Teaching Disability. This paper explains how the regular classroom teacher doesn't have the time or the knowledge to accommodate the dyslexic child. It also goes into the possible cause of dyslexia and how the body can react to different foods. HARDMAN (Order Publication #5)
Perceptual -- Motor Disability -- Dyslexia. This paper, written for teachers, gives an in-depth explanation of dyslexia. SHEDD (Order Publication #6)

 

Language Disabilities In Men Of Eminence. This article is about important people through history who were dyslexic. THOMPSON (Order Publication #7)

 

 

A Specific Learning Disability: Hyperkinesis. This paper is an in-depth explanation of hyperkinesis, its causes, general behavior, perceptual dysfunctioning, testing, and more. SHEDD (Order Publication #8)

 

What Diagnostic Tools and Techniques Have Been Devised To Delineate the Nosologic Entity Of Dyslexia and Hyperkinesis From Other Learning Disabilities. This paper discusses strengths and weaknesses of diagnostic techniques. HARDMAN (Order Publication #9)

 

What Are the Symptoms Or Syndromes Which Delineate Hyperkinesis, a Form Of Dyslexia? This paper discusses symptoms and aetiology. HARDMAN (Order Publication #10)

 

The Field of Learning Disabilities: Past, Present, and Future. This paper discusses the state of the art in the field of Learning Disabilities. HARDMAN (Order Publication #11)

 

General Information On the Hardman Technique. This paper gives a general explanation of the remedial academic, social and behavioral techniques utilized by the Dyslexia Research Institute. THIEL (Order Publication #12)

 

 

A Specific Explanation Of the Hardman Technique. This paper gives specific explanations of the component parts utilized in teaching dyslexic and hyperkinetic students reading, comprehension, mathematics, grammar, and writing through use of the Hardman Technique. HARDMAN (Order Publication #13)

 

 

The Training Of Psycho-Education Technicians (Paraprofessionals) To Administer a Screening Battery Which Delineates Dyslexia and Hyperkinesis. This paper is an explanation of the training of paraprofessionals to administer a battery of tests and how effective their use was. HARDMAN (Order Publication #14)

 

Structured Multisensorial Math Instruction For Dyslexic Students. This paper is an explanation of the Hardman Technique in teaching arithmetic and mathematics. HARDMAN (Order Publication #15)

 

Dyslexia--Something Can Be Done Now. This paper contains a brief explanation of the characteristics of dyslexia and what the Dyslexia Research Institute is doing. HARDMAN (Order Publication #16)

 

Helpers In The LD Classroom. This paper is a brief explanation of how paraprofessionals can be trained to effectively teach dyslexic and ADD students using a multisensorial, linguistic, and highly structured approach in a classroom. HARDMAN (Order Publication #17)

 

Facts About Dyslexia. This is a short introduction to dyslexia. (Order Publication #18)

 

 

The PPVT-R: Is It Perceptually Biased? This paper is a report on the revised PPVT that shows a 16+ point discrepancy in the new PPVT-R over the A and B forms for dyslexic and ADD individuals. HARDMAN, SMITH (Order Publication #19)

 

The Link Between Developmental Dyslexia, ADD, and Chemical Dependency. This is a published study on the biochemical aspects and characteristics that establish the link between dyslexia, ADD and alcoholism. HARDMAN, MORTON (Order Publication #20)

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ABC's For Parents Of Dyslexics. This papers helps parents learn to live on a day-to-day basis with a child who is dyslexic. (Order Publication #21)

 

A Study Of Dyslexia and Delinquency. This paper shows a link between the unremediated dyslexic and the juvenile and adult delinquent. MULLIGAN (Order Publication #22)

Necessity Of Teaching Discipline and Responsibility To the Learning Disabled Child. This paper begins with an explanation of what learning disabled means; then it gives helpful suggestions to use when disciplining your child or a student. DOOR (Order Publication #23)

 

Learning Disabilities Can Lead To Juvenile Delinquency. This paper shows that, with specific remediation, the dyslexic does not have to manifest typical "learning disabilities," and, with social values and morals taught at home and school, he can be kept out of the courts. HARDMAN (Order Publication #24)

 

Why a Parent Must Become Involved In the Education of Their Child. An essay on the state of the social order as it relates to the educational concern towards children. HARDMAN (Order Publication #25)

Why Get Involved Anyway? This paper explains and stresses the importance of involvement by educators and parents. HARDMAN (Order Publication #26)

 

What We As Adults Do To Teach A Child To Misbehave and What We Might Do About It. This paper explains to parents and educators how to obtain good behavior from children. HARDMAN (Order Publication #27)

 

The Art Of Saying No. This paper helps parents to realize the importance of saying "no" to their children. That is, saying "no," meaning "no," and being consistent. CRAWFORD (Order Publication #28)

A Child's Tips To Parents. This guide for parents gives a good outline of how to deal with children. (Order Publication #29)
Kids React To Limited TV. This article gives the results of an experiment done with children and television. (Order Publication #30)
Thank God For the Meanest Mother In the World. This is a short, humorous story with a very serious moral. It shows how children may rebel against all discipline when they are growing up, but then, as adults, they realize that it was for their own good. (Order Publication #31)
How To Manage Your Child. This is a guide that gives tips to parents on raising their children. HARDMAN (Order Publication #32)

The Relationship Between Learning Disabilities and Juvenile Delinquency. This paper discusses the social problems associated with dyslexia and gives statistical information related to unremediated dyslexics and incarcerated youth. Recommendations are given for prevention. HARDMAN (Order Publication #33)

 

Counseling a Parent On the Acceptance Of Dyslexia Or Hyperkinesis, i.e., Specific Learning Disability. This paper explains the "death and dying" syndrome which parents must move through when told their child is dyslexic. The level of acceptance on the parents' part impacts the way they respond to their child and others. HARDMAN (Order Publication #34)

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Treatment Of Learning Disabilities. This paper stresses the importance of early diagnosis, good nutrition, and effective alternatives to drugs. There is also a section of prenatal influences in learning disabilities. COTT (Order Publication #35)
They Can Make It Now. This paper describes two cases of remediation, and also talks about allergies and hypoglycemia. HEYMAN (Order Publication #36)

 

Epistaxis, Enuresis, Encopresis, Headache, Sleep, Hyperactivity, Nightmares, Short Stature. Is There A Common Etiology? This paper deals with diet and how eliminating certain products can eliminate certain sicknesses and problems. WILSON (Order Publication #37)
Doctor Links Diet, Learning. This paper shows the link between allergies and learning disabilities. STEBBINS (Order Publication #38)
What's Eating You? This paper explains how food allergies can cause mental illness in some people. GONZALEZ (Order Publication #39)

Seven-Day Meal Plan. This article gives examples of well-rounded meals for one week. (Order Publication #40)

 

Salicylate Free Diet, Brand Names Of Some Acceptable Products and Helpful Hints. This article gives a good list of foods that are acceptable on this diet and also includes some easy recipes. (Order Publication #41)

 

Nutritional Individuality. This paper explains the importance of formulating an individual diet and realizing that what is right for one person may not be right for another. WILLIAMS (Order Publication #42)

 

Intracellular Enzymatic Analysis. This paper explains how some diseases or abnormalities originate within the cell itself and how the enzyme pattern of each individual is as unique as his fingerprints and personality. ALLEN (Order Publication #43)

 

Food Intolerances and the Dyslexic Or Hyperkinetic. This paper explains how some food allergies are the cause of inconsistencies in the dyslexic or hyperkinetic. HARDMAN (Order Publication #44)

 

How Food Allergies Can Affect Behavior. This paper explains how food allergies can cause drastic behavior changes in people. CARDOZO (Order Publication #45)

 

Bad Child Or Bad Diet. Diet and Behavior (Reprint from Prevention, July, 1979, Vol. 31, No. 7.) Sugary, additive-packed junk food has turned millions of children into demons of hyperactivity. The exorcist is proper nutrition. GOTTLIEB (Order Publication #46)

 

 

Academic Behavioral Perceptual Reactions In Dyslexic Children When Exposed To Environmental Factors Listed as Malathion and Petrochemical Ethanol. This paper explains the overt changes that can occur for dyslexic individuals when they have intolerances and/or allergies which may have atypical manifestations. HARDMAN, LIEBERMAN, PRESTON (Order Publication #47)

 

The Effects of Diet and Sublingual Provocative Testing On Eye Movements With Dyslexic Individuals. (From Journal of the American Optometric Association) This paper shows that an altered reaction to diet and sublingual provocative testing for sugar was shown to significantly modify eye movement patterns during reading in a group of dyslexics. HARDMAN, CLAY, LIEBERMAN (Order Publication #48)

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What We As Adults Do To Teach A Child To Misbehave and What We Might Do About It (60 min. audiocassette). Attention Getters, Power Strugglers, egocentric, etc. These are some of the patterns our children use as they misbehave. Parents and teachers often "react" in ways that may actually reinforce the child's misbehavior. Learn in this tape how to change your reaction patterns to a response pattern; how to develop consistency; and how to obtain the behavior you want to help the child develop appropriate behaviors and stop inappropriate behaviors in home and in the classroom. $12.95 + $1.50 s&h (Order Publication A)

 

 

 

 

 

The Teacher-Child Connection -- What Every Teacher Should Know About Attention Deficit Disorder and Dyslexia (Book). In America's classrooms, ten to fifteen percent of our children are dyslexic or have attention deficit disorder. Caring teachers are frustrated because their training and information is not sufficient to meet these children's needs. In nine different articles produced by The Dyslexia Research Institute, discover how dyslexia and ADD are related; find out how these disabilities affect not only academics, but the individual's behavioral, emotional and physical development; and learn what can be done to help these children reach their maximum potential. Read about children whose lives have been changed because their teachers knew how to meet their learning needs. What a great gift for your child's teachers! $16.95 + $2.50 s&h (Order Publication B)

 

 

 

Just Say NO To Drugs For ADD/ADHD Children and Adults (articles). The use of Ritalin and other medications to "control" our children and adults who are ADD/ADHD has reached epidemic proportions. Is this type of therapy necessary? Is it safe? Why does Woodland Hall Academy, a school with 75% of its student population identified as ADD, not have anyone on Ritalin? What are 12 reasons not to place a child or adult on Ritalin? These questions are addressed in several short articles. $12.50 + .50 s&h (Order Publication C)

 

 

If a Child Can't Learn The Way We Teach Him, We Had Better Teach Him The Way He Learns. A Success Story for Dyslexic Students. A research report on the establishment and success of the hardman Technique and Woodland Hall Academy model being instituted in a public school setting. (MALT) $3.00 (Order Publication D)
Dyslexia In Adults -- You Can't Just Grow Out Of It. $3.00 (Order Publication E)

 

The Sugarless Cookbook, or How To Keep Cool, Calm, and Collected gives an explanation for diet, diet plans, menus, and delicious recipes. It may be obtained from Hardman & Associates, Inc. for a cost of $10.00 each plus tax and $1.50 postage and handling for a total of $12.20. (Order Publication F)

 

 

"Dyslexia and ADD: Unraveling the Misconceptions" (Reprint from Tallahassee Parent Magazine, Spring 1997). This article describes the connection between dyslexia and ADD and highlights three Woodland Hall students. Their frustrations in school, their parents' search for a solution and the progress they have begun making at Woodland Hall Academy is described. Parents may recognize their own children through this article. KUROWSKI (Order Publication G)

 

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