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Pathways to Success: Dyslexia Throughout the Generations 

News Flash! We are excited to announce our most recent publication found in the British Journal of Social Work. To access the article please click the link below.
Elisheva Schwartz is on a quest to change the perception of dyslexia by encouraging a strength-based definition. The Dyslexia Quest is “the fastest growing media platform in all of the special education genre.” She is passionate about her work and encourages anyone who is curious about dyslexia to join her on this journey. The use of the Dyslexia Quest Podcast includes many interviews with leading experts in the field who discuss the many different aspects of dyslexia.

Dr. Blace Nalavany and Dr. Lena Carawan were recently interviewed by Elisheva Schwartz. Drs. Nalavany and Carawan spoke about their research and specifically addressed adult dyslexia and self-esteem. You can watch Drs. Nalavany and Carawan’s interview by clicking on the following link:

We are excited  to share our most recent manuscript published in January 2015 on dyslexia in late adulthood titled, "Emotional experience with dyslexia and self-esteem: the protective role of perceived family support in late adulthood". Please click on the following link to read: 


Dyslexia Throughout the Generations

You Can Make a Difference

“Not knowing that my child had dyslexia was like being in the dark.”

“I don't want my child with dyslexia to experience giving up on himself/herself like I did.”

“When my child was diagnosed with dyslexia, the findings brought up the pain of my past with dyslexia.”

These compelling statements are from parents with dyslexia who are raising a child with dyslexia. They participated in a study of how dyslexia affects their families’ day to day lives. Your participation in the next phase of our study can help bring validation to the experiences of parents with dyslexia raising children with dyslexia.

If you are a parent with dyslexia raising a child/children with dyslexia (diagnosed or self-identified) and want to make a difference, please consider participating in our study. 

If interested, please email Ayrien Davis (davisa10@students.ecu.edu) of the East Carolina University School of Social Work. 

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