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The Dyslexia Resource

Empowering communities to serve dyslexic learners

EMPOWERING ALL WHO ARE AFFECTED BY DYSLEXIA

Dyslexia affects the brain’s ability to process the way language is heard, spoken, read, or spelled. Though fairly common, dyslexia is often misunderstood and chronically misdiagnosed —with devastating consequences. And that’s where we want to help make a difference.

The Dyslexia Resource is a 501(c)(3) Atlanta-based nonprofit dedicated to empowering all who are affected by dyslexia. We serve parents, families, students, individuals, organizations, and educators with our best-in-class resources, thanks to our affiliation with The Schenck School, life-changing information, and network of experts.

We offer dyslexia help for students and adults searching for understanding, solutions for parents and families seeking knowledge, and training for teachers looking for expert resources.

ABOUT US

Our mission is to facilitate teacher-training, champion the support of students and parents, and educate the public about dyslexia.

ABOUT US

Our mission is to facilitate teacher-training, champion the support of students and parents, and educate the public about dyslexia.

FOR EDUCATORS

Discover resources, remediation methods, and training options around the State of Georgia from dyslexia experts.

FOR EDUCATORS

Discover resources, remediation methods, and training options around the State of Georgia from dyslexia experts.

FOR PARENTS

Learn how to empower your student and your family with our checklists, resources, and pose questions to our dyslexia experts.

FOR PARENTS

Learn how to empower your student and your family with our checklists, resources, and pose questions to our dyslexia experts.

WHAT IS DYSLEXIA?

Dyslexia is more than just difficulty reading. From poor sense of time to trouble following directions, there are a myriad of challenges that could indicate that an individual is dyslexic.

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