Table of Contents
Authors’ Note: Defining Our Terms
Chapter 1. Research from the Inside Out
Chapter 2. Biographical Sketches
Chapter 3. Should “It” Be Called a Learning Disability, Learning Difference, or What?
Chapter 4. The Challenges of Learning Disabilities in Adulthood
Chapter 5. Recollections of Being a Student
Chapter 6. Now and Then
Chapter 7. Finding a Niche
Chapter 8. Can Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities Be Considered a Gift?
Chapter 9. Problem-Solving as a Way of Life
Chapter 10. Critical Incidents along the Way
Chapter 11. Teachers: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Chapter 12. Disclosing their Learning Disabilities
Chapter 13. Tech Support
Chapter 14. Sporting Chance
Chapter 15. Paying it Forward
Chapter 16. Too Tidy a Tale
Chapter 17. In Retrospect: Wisdom about their Learning Disabilities
Recommended Reading and Works Cited
About the Authors
The main market for this book is adults with learning disabilties and dyslexia first, parents second, and professionals third. It should be noted that there are millions of adults with learning disabilities and dyslexia who would be very interested in this book. Moreover, it is written with them in mind so they can read it, understand it, and enjoy it.