How Common is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is the most common reading disability affecting up to 1 in 5 people or 20% of the community (Yale Scientific).
Dyslexia crosses racial, ethnic and socioeconomic lines. With a structured literacy approach that is explicit, sequential and multisensory every student with dyslexia can become a skilled reader, fully participate in their education and successfully achieve their potential.
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Parents Support Workshops
Parent support groups offer support and educational information on how to advocate for your child at their public school district. There are question and answer sessions and we will bring guest speakers to talk on a particular subject of interest.
What we do
We advocate for students who are not making progress at school and are at risk of dyslexia.
We organize cost-effective teacher training, hold school district workshops, parent support groups and train parent advocates. Our mission is to advance dyslexia awareness and remediation to ensure every child at risk of dyslexia learns how to read at their public school.
Dyslexia is a symptom of a broader misunderstanding about how to teach reading.
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