The Open Door Blog

Welcome to our blog! Here is where you can read articles by our Open Door admin, tutors, and guest writers too. You’ll find tips and tricks, event and book reviews, inspirational stories, and the occasional exciting announcement too!

The Open Door Blog

Welcome to our blog! Here is where you can read articles by our Open Door admin, tutors, and guest writers too. You’ll find tips and tricks, event and book reviews, inspirational stories, and the occasional exciting announcement too!

Are you tuning into the podcast trend?

If you’re looking for ways to turn down your children’s screen time and turn up their listening skills, podcasts are your new best friend. The best way for dyslexics to read is with their ears.

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How did advocacy play a role in launching the Right to Read Inquiry?

If you have a child with dyslexia in the Ontario education system, undoubtedly you have heard about the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s (OHRC) launch of its Right to Read public inquiry. In a nutshell, the Commission is investigating the Ontario education system, asking why thousands of Ontario students with reading disabilities—particularly dyslexia—are not getting the support they need to learn how to read.

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Get to know your tutors: Bianca Amaral-Stewart

Every other month you can find a new “Get to know our tutors” video right here on our blog. We’ve got some great ones so stay tuned! Get to know Bianca, another long-time tutor who also works and teaches at Algonquin College. https://youtu.be/e8dg2neFjPQ Transcript:...

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Get to know your tutors: Emily Dale

Every other month you can find a new “Get to know our tutors” video right here on our blog. We’ve got some great ones so stay tuned!

Get to know Emily! Not only is she an amazing tutor, but she is also a key member of our admin team who fills the role of admin assistant.

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Get to know our tutors: Chris

Every other month you can find a new “Get to know our tutors” video right here on our blog. We’ve got some great ones so stay tuned!

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Back to School: Reading your child’s emotions

As the first day of school approaches, you may notice your child behaving a little differently; acting out, not sleeping well, becoming clingy or being more prone to angry outbursts. In particular, for children with dyslexia or other learning disabilities.

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