Victoria Kaloss's Blog

Hello and welcome to Living Your Life to the Best of Your Disability! 

 This month there are two relevant points for this post.

1. When I was a child, I hated to read. The teachers spoke to me and my parents about ‘poor comprehension.’ I had to read everything two or three times before I understood the written content. Somehow, in spite of my extra help at home and school, my comprehension level stayed in the red zone.

Throughout elementary school, my reading color code exposed; I am a poor reader. Even elementary students with poor comprehension comprehended the color coded reading levels.

 Naturally, picking up a book for enjoyment eluded my sensibilities. My parents impressed education upon us. They encouraged and promoted reading at an early age. Every week they brought us to the public library to pick out books for entertainment or for school projects. (For any…

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