Stop Sign [language], at just under 60 minutes in length, leaves you begging to know more. And so we present, without further ado, Eleni’s official list of Sources and Further Reading. [Read more…]
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Eleni & co. let us into the top-secret studio to snap some pix at rehearsal. Here are a few of our favorites.
You will most likely read this with your left brain, but if you are dyslexic your right brain will get in on the action too.
Here’s a brief video on the science of how the brain of a person with dyslexia works differently:
“[To] every human being who has a learning challenge – how you learn has NOTHING to do with how brilliant you are. Because you learn differently, it does not mean that you don’t have GREATNESS inside of you! Every one of you has GREATNESS inside of you and your job is to figure out what your gift is and give it to the world…and the world cannot wait to see what you give…I know I can’t!” – Henry Wrinkler
Due to injury, our production of Stop Sign Language has been indefinitely postponed.
Stay tuned for further news.
… and info on why they’re famous. [Read more…]
A note from Eleni [Read more…]
Do you have a little ballerina in the house? When she is barefooted, does looks like she is walking like she has high heels on?
Toe walking in young school-age children can have a variety of causes. If passive dorsiflexion of the foot results in ankle clonus (rapid, rhythmic contractions of the calf muscles), spasticity is present, and it is likely that the child has a form of cerebral palsy. There is no spasticity present with idiopathic toe walking. [Read more…]
Sometimes, it just starts like this, with a pile of notecards, a laptop, and a big cup of coffee.