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The Dyslexia Resource:
a non-profit dedicated to empowering communities to serve dyslexic learners

The Dyslexia Resource, based in Atlanta, is the first of its kind, all-inclusive resource for the growing dyslexic community. 

Our Mission

The mission of The Dyslexia Resource is to facilitate teacher training, champion the support of students and parents, and educate the public about dyslexia.

Our Mission

The mission of The Dyslexia Resource is to facilitate teacher training, champion the support of students and parents, and educate the public about dyslexia.

Our initiatives are significant and our vision is strong.

  • Expand resources

    We are expanding the impact and reach of the Schenck School, making its best-in-class resources available nationally.

  • Increase access

    We increase access  to quality instructional resources and services – in both public and independent school communities.

  • Train teachers

    We expand the number of teachers who have the knowledge and capability to effectively teach and tutor students with dyslexia.  We also offer expertise and training for teachers and parents.

  • Partner with others

    We partner with organizations specializing in literacy, reading and education reform.

  • Provide hope

    We provide hope, assurance, compassion, and understanding.

  • Advocate for the dyslexic community

    We offer results-driven advocacy for the dyslexic community at large.

Our Vision

Our vision is to expand the impact and reach of the Schenck School, providing life-changing resources for people with dyslexia, empowering them to succeed.

We offer hope for students searching for understanding, solutions for parents searching for assurance, and expertise for teachers searching for solutions. Like never before, we serve all who are affected by dyslexia. All in one place.

Who We Serve

By expanding the impact and reach of the Schenck School, we are extending the richness of the school’s knowledge  in teaching individuals with dyslexia by making it accessible to all – in both public and independent school communities. 

We serve students, teachers, and parents, providing tools, support, compassion, and expertise for dyslexia.

Our Vision

Our vision is to expand the impact and reach of the Schenck School, providing life-changing resources for people with dyslexia, empowering them to succeed.

We offer hope for students searching for understanding, solutions for parents searching for assurance, and expertise for teachers searching for solutions. Like never before, we serve all who are affected by dyslexia. All in one place.

Who We Serve

By expanding the impact and reach of the Schenck School, we are extending the richness of the school’s knowledge  in teaching individuals with dyslexia by making it accessible to all – in both public and independent school communities. 

We serve students, teachers, and parents, providing tools, support, compassion, and expertise for dyslexia.

help make the world a better place for all those affected by dyslexia

help make the world a better place for all those affected by dyslexia

Our History. Our Future.

The Schenck School founded The Dyslexia Resource in 2014. That same year, we were incorporated as independent nonprofit organization, a fifteen-member board of trustees was seated, and board officers were ratified. An executive director was hired in the summer of 2015, and strategic plan was completed in early 2016.

As we plan the needs of today, our goals continue to grow for tomorrow.

Our future goals will help transform the lives of those with dyslexia even more: 

  • Provide comprehensive services for students, including assessment, evaluation, and tutoring on a sliding-fee scale
  • Develop best-in-class teacher training programs and ongoing performance measurement and mentorship
  • Create peer-support network for and by parents to share personal experiences with dyslexia
  • Build professional services for dyslexia at various stages of their lives (as K-12 students, a college applicant, a college students, and a working professional)
  • Support adult education for dyslexics
  • Become the go-to dyslexia resource for all who work in the literacy space
  • Provide comprehensive services for students, including assessment, evaluation, and tutoring on a sliding-fee scale
  • Develop best-in-class teacher training programs and ongoing performance measurement and mentorship
  • Create peer-support network for and by parents to share personal experiences with dyslexia
  • Build professional services for dyslexia at various stages of their lives (as K-12 students, a college applicant, a college students, and a working professional)
  • Support adult education for dyslexics
  • Become the go-to resource for all who work in the literacy space