The International Dyslexia Association has provided families with an invaluable resource for understanding Dyslexia on a physiological level as well as a personal one. This free-to-download handbook offers clinical definitions and descriptions of the disorder and useful information on how to grow and flourish as a learner with Dyslexia. Further, this handbook presents easy to digest details...
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Student Learning Multisensory
In this practical (and personal) post from an educator with The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity, classroom teachers are given advice on how to help their emergent readers, even without a Ph.D. The article talks about what the educator did in the past when recognizing a struggling student, as well as how they’ve changed...
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Educators and parents concerned with the long-term education of students with learning differences can search this list of schools within the LD Independent School Network. The list is provided by the International Dyslexia Association, and while each school can vary greatly in their specific target population and services provided, each in the Network generally addresses the needs of students with language-based,...
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