The Center for Dyslexia and Talent is coming soon to the University of South Alabama.

The Center for Dyslexia and Talent is coming soon to the University of South Alabama.

Published on August 2, 2017

The Center for Dyslexia and Talent (CDT) is a platform for college students who suffer from a learning disability to openly discuss and learn about all things positive regarding dyslexia, which leads to one’s personal growth and healing while in a safe environment. Over the course of the school year, we’ll seek to explore and uncover each student’s hidden strengths and talents that leads to them gaining confidence and becoming a stronger student as they regain their ambition, creativity and curiosity to learn while helping them find their purpose for living. Above all, the Center for Dyslexia and Talent believes dyslexia is a gift.

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The Center for Dyslexia and Talent (CDT) is a platform for college students who suffer from a learning disability to openly discuss and learn about all things positive regarding dyslexia, which leads to one’s personal growth and healing while in a safe environment. Any and all related-subjects will be explored including our childhood experiences and memories in elementary and high school, discussing the pain and fear that dyslexia has instilled in us as students. CDT is a support group where we’ll share our tricks for surviving school daily, identifying our lifelong weaknesses, which made school difficult, if not impossible. Over the course of the school year, we’ll seek to explore and uncover each student’s hidden strengths and talents that leads to them gaining confidence and becoming a stronger student as they regain their ambition, creativity and curiosity to learn while helping them find their purpose for living. Above all, the Center for Dyslexia and Talent believes dyslexia is a gift.

For more information, look us up on Facebook: “The Center for Dyslexia and Talent” or 251-709-0280.

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Sources:

Friends with Quinn Bradley with Richard Branson; https://youtu.be/HpvF5xCQ7s8

Friends with Quinn Bradley with Whoop Goldberg; https://youtu.be/IMBDPOXbAHo

Friends with Quinn Bradley with Steven Spielberg; https://youtu.be/4N6RKHOHMJQ

About Ted Burnett:

I’m an American thought leader and pioneer on the subjects of human, organizational and societal development and health. I write about the role that integrity, dignity, sanity play, as well as, on the topics of spirituality, faith, freedom, happiness, problem solving and risk taking. I produce and deliver original, world-class commentaries on business, political, social and spiritual matters to a global audience of world leaders, chief executives and key decision makers, top faculty and notables in the fields of academia, banking, business, foundations, government (including heads of state, governors and lawmakers), healthcare, media, non-profits and policy institutes.

I was diagnosed with dyslexia, age 7, while in the second grade. School was very difficult for me. I attended summer school in the 3rd, 4th and 5th grades before repeating the 5th grade. From the 4th grade on, I would need a tutor to help me pass my courses all the way through high school and college. Website: www.tedburnett.com

 Ted Burnett: I'm an American thought leader and pioneer on the subjects of human, organizational and societal development and health. I write about the role that integrity, dignity, sanity play, as well as, on the topics of spirituality, faith, freedom, happiness, problem solving and risk taking. I produce and deliver original, world-class commentaries on business, political, social and spiritual matters to a global audience of world leaders, chief executives and key decision makers, top faculty and notables in the fields of academia, banking, business, foundations, government (including heads of state, lawmakers and governors), healthcare, media, non-profits and policy institutes. Website: www.tedburnett.com