Recently, I came across a special book written by a husband and wife about the value of preparing and eating family meals together. The wife, Dr. Caroline Clauss-Ehlers, PhD, is a psychologist, and the husband, Julian Clauss-Ehlers, is a classically trained, New York Times-starred chef. Entitled Eating Together, Being Together: Recipes, Activities, and Advice from…
Effects of Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia is a sibling condition to dyslexia that can affect a person’s ability to do math, work with numbers, and perform tasks that require doing things in sequential steps. A common misconception is that dyscalculia is just a milder form of dyslexia. However, the two conditions are different and have different causes.