I will never forget the time when I was eleven years old and staying with my grandparents at their apartment in Washington, D.C. I was in the kitchen…
My advice for screen time for kids with Learning Disabilities, or Learning Differences as I like to call them, is the same advice for so-called normal…
I recently visited the nonprofit museum Planet Word with my wife, Fabiola, my daughter, Khloe, and my mom, and I highly recommend it for a family…
My mother, like all good mothers, began to teach me to read by reading old time lullabies to me as a child. Because I have dyslexia, I had trouble…
Watch this incredible conversation with Sir Richard Branson talking about his experience growing up with dyslexia. See how dyslexia affected Richard…
Kenny Johnson is an American actor known for his roles on The Shield, Cold Case and Sons of Anarchy, to name a few. Kenny was first diagnosed with…
In honor of Women’s History Month, I want to write about the incredible women in my family tree and in my life who have made something of themselves…
Whoever starts an unprovoked war is a person who does not care about others, especially those with disabilities. We are now seeing this in Ukraine…
Friends of Quinn: Interview with Darla (Mother of a Child with VCFS), her son was diagnosed with VCFS at three months old at Children’s Hospital. Darla…
I am writing this blog to let my followers know that I have updated my website, Friends Of Quinn, because it has been 10 years since it launched, which…
One of my earliest memories in school was watching my teacher write in what I now know is cursive. As I watched her flowing strokes, I asked her in awe…
Former editor of Time magazine and Chairman and CEO of CNN, the President of the Aspen Institute and much, much more...