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Learning disabilities are as much a learning experience for you as for your child; here are a few resources for parents and adults

Dyslexia Facts, Resources, and Research

A sneaking suspicion about your child’s reading or a new diagnosis for them may be the start of your journey, but you don’t need to do it alone. Thankfully, we can help! Here are some resources that are helpful for families wanting to know more about dyslexia, reading challenges, and research behind sensory-cognitive reading intervention.

Research on Sensory-Cognitive Instruction:

Assistive Technology and Advocacy Resources

If you need a Special Education Advocate, please get in touch with our office for a complete list of referrals for exceptional advocates in your area.

Learning Ally
This organization is a non-profit dedicated to providing books on CD or download to students with visual impairments and dyslexia.

Dragon Naturally Speaking
Speech recognition software that allows users to dictate to the computer.

Livescribe Pulse Smartpen
Simplify note-taking during lectures.

Wrightslaw is an exceptional resource for parents, educators, and advocates needing the most up-to-date information about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.

Individuals With Disabilities Education Act or IDEA is the nation’s special education law that provides rights and protection to children with disabilities. Learn more about your rights.

U.S. Department of Education; Office for Civil Rights
The Office for Civil Rights exists to enforce civil rights and educational excellence for all in our nation›s schools.