PARENTS

The team at The Dyslexia Resource not only is comprised of experts in the field of dyslexia, but several of us also are parents of children with dyslexia. We understand that navigating a new diagnosis can be overwhelming, so we are here to be your resource through every step.

Whether you are looking for initial guidance or a potential tutor, we have the resources you need.


The Dyslexia Resource can help you find the perfect tutor for your dyslexic learner. In partnership with The Schenck School, we maintain a network of highly-trained, experienced tutors in the Atlanta area who are ready to help your struggling reader!

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The Reading Zone offers online small-group tutorial sessions which will provide four-weeks of instruction using The Schenck School Reading Model.

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Are you a parent of a struggling reader and don’t know how to help your child read? Do you or your child’s teacher suspect dyslexia but are not sure? Or do you have a diagnosis confirming your child has dyslexia but you’re not sure what to do or where to start? We provide consulting services for families who want to better understand their child’s reading struggles.

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If your child has difficulty reading and spelling but is advancing in other areas of their academic life, they may have dyslexia. Here are the things you need to know before having your child tested for dyslexia.

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Once your child has been diagnosed with dyslexia there are many helpful and important things a parent should do. We have compiled some information that will help you along this journey.

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If you suspect your child may be dyslexic, an important first step is to have a meeting with his or her teacher. Here are some questions you should ask.

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If your dyslexic child needs additional support in his or her public school, there are steps you can take. Check out our 10 quick tips to navigate the process.

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What should parents ask during testing? The evaluation process and feedback session can be overwhelming! The most important piece of information you should walk away with is a complete picture of how your child learns.

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LOOKING FOR RESOURCES?

Are you looking for resources specifically for parents? Check out the resources page, or review the top parent-focused resources linked below.

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