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As fellow educators and parents, the team at The Dyslexia Resource understands the need for quality resources for you and your student. Providing these resources is the mission of The Dyslexia Resource.

We are here to empower communities to serve dyslexic learners. We accomplish this through offering resources, training and tutoring programs, and community partnerships. The Dyslexia Resource always is looking for additional resources to add to our website. If you have questions you can’t find the answer to here, reach out.


In partnership with The Schenck School, The Dyslexia Resource created a series of free awareness videos to help educate others on dyslexia and its characteristics.

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The Dyslexia Resource and The Schenck School are excited to partner with Made by Dyslexia and Microsoft to help educate the public about dyslexia through an original video series.

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Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference. It affects the organization in the brain that controls the ability to process the way language is heard, spoken, read, or spelled.

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Signs and challenges of dyslexia can vary based on a variety of factors including age. Read our common signs and challenges of dyslexia broken out by age group.

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The human brain was not designed to read; it was built for oral communication. Therefore, speaking comes naturally, but reading must be explicitly taught. While some learn to read with ease, for others, it is much more difficult.

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Dyslexia can bring to light terms and phrases that are unfamiliar. We have compiled a list of dyslexia terms and definitions for your reference.

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One of the most effective dyslexia strategies for remediation is known as the Orton-Gillingham approach. Take a deeper dive into this approach to learn its history and what you can expect from utilizing it.

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The Dyslexia Resource is just one of the many organizations dedicated to providing support and information for dyslexics, parents, and educators. We have compiled a list of some of the best resource outlets available.

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FAQ

Whether you are a parent or an educator, there is a lot of information to digest when it comes to dyslexia. Check out our frequently asked questions for some of the most common questions we encounter.

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Have you heard of the book called Creative Learners? This book includes stories of inspiration and success from people with Dyslexia, ADD, or other learning differences.

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INTERESTED IN READING MORE ABOUT DYSLEXIA?

If you are looking for even more content about dyslexia, check out our blog! We are constantly adding new posts covering topics we know are of interest. Below are some of our most recent blog posts.

What Are Common Accommodations for Dyslexia

What Are Common Accommodations for Dyslexia?

Dyslexic learners thrive when they receive tailored support from their teachers and parents. No two students learn in exactly the same way, and dyslexic students have unique educational experiences that require different types of instruction. Although students with dyslexia may struggle with executive functioning and essential reading skills, encouraging them to take advantage of helpful

Teaching Self-Advocacy Skills for Dyslexic Students

Teaching Self-Advocacy Skills for Dyslexic Students

From executive functioning abilities to phonemic awareness, no skill is too difficult to master for dyslexic students when they have the support of parents and educators. Another capability that can make an extraordinary difference in dyslexic students’ lives is learning to advocate for themselves. Self-advocacy is a helpful skill for students with learning difficulties and

6 Dyslexic Thinking Skills Teachers Should Keep in Mind

6 Dyslexic Thinking Skills Teachers Should Keep in Mind

The dyslexic brain processes information differently than a typical brain, and as a result, dyslexic learners have thinking skills that are unique and creative. Students with dyslexia look at the world differently and have a distinct way of thinking that is connected to how they process information around them. Teachers who are aware of dyslexic

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