Elisheva is a dyslexia researcher, mother, wife , intelligence re-difiner and podcast host. She’s on a mission to decode the dyslexic mind, and empower the dyslexic community to fully understand both the strengths and the difficulties of the processing style. Her podcast, The Dyslexia Quest, was ranked number 29 on the iTunes education category.
Both her academic background in Cognitive Science and Education, as well as her own personal experiences with dyslexia( having it, and parenting a dyslexic son), allows Elisheva to draw on a unique blend of both the personal and scientific.
Elisheva often writes about dyslexia, cognition , learning, creativity and intelligence, and maintains an occasional column at The Creativity Post.
Additionally, Elisheva often speaks at Universities and Conferences, with some of her latest speaking engagement including The International Dyslexia Association( Panel) and University of Philadelphia.
"Before I did the training , my fifth grade dyslexic son was moody, avoidant and highly irritable. I knew he was having a difficult time in school, but I felt like there was nothing else I could do to make it better. ..
Now after the training, I feel like I understand my son so much better. I feel able to diffuse the tension , and give him practical tools so he can help himself when he is feeling frustrated or aggravated. Our relationship has transformed, and my son is far more adaptable, motivated and happy. "
""I did not have a clear expectation when I signed up for the course. My
8-yr-old son is a happy kid with mixed feelings about his dyslexia. But I
was worried about how his academic life would affect his self-esteem as he
progressed to upper grades. After implementing the tools and strategies
Elisheva taught in the class, I have seen seen a huge improvement in my
son "owning his dyslexia" and "advocating for himself at school". This is
huge for us. I want to say thank you, Elisheva, for creating this course.
It is a must for all parents and educators."
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