Dyslexia Help

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A web-based resource center with a wealth of information, including evidenced-based practices, for parents, educators, other professionals, and those with dyslexia. vetted by Dr. Joanne Pierson.

A step-by-step approach to dyslexia
As you are probably most aware, a large number of bright, intelligent, and talented men and women, through no fault of their own, experience difficulty learning to read and write. This is known as dyslexia. Given its complexity, dyslexia can feel overwhelming and frustrating.

At this website, our goal is to give you a step-by-step approach to help you understand what dyslexia is (and what it is not), develop an action plan, begin to get help, and become your own best advocate.

We understand that it can be challenging. Therefore, we provide you with guidance, guidelines, and such tools as an extensive glossary to help you understand all of the terms, assistive software programs, and study ‘tips’ that focus on organization and time management.

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