Dr. Mindell devoted her entire professional career to language, helping students, executives and people from all fields bolster their writing, reading and communications skills. Her work has been featured in numerous publications and garnered attention from local and national media. You can find some of them below.
The gifted dyslexic: A case study with theoretical and educational implications In a 1982 article for the Roeper Review, Dr. Mindell explores the practical problems of an unusually talented craftsman who is both dyslexic and epileptic, and whose school history is reviewed and evaluated. The case study is featured in the Roeper Review, a journal on gifted education.
*With Well-Read, Dr. Mindell developed a program specifically for dyslexics and has decades of experience working with people who have reading impairments. The Word Grandma continues to offer those services.