International Dyslexia Association: The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is a national non-profit dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families, and the communities that support them. Visit their site to connect with a local branch near you, find IDA-member providers in your area, and learn more about dyslexia.
National Center for Learning Disabilities: A site developed to help parents, teachers and tutors find the latest research and methods to help teach kids with dyslexia, ADD and ADHD.
Learning Ally: Learning Ally, formerly known as Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, offers more than 75,000 digitally recorded audiobooks (including both textbooks and literary titles).
The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity: Yale University’s Center for Dyslexia and Creativity seeks to illuminate the strengths of those with dyslexia, disseminate information, practical advice, and the latest innovations from scientific research, and transform the lives of children and adults with dyslexia. Visit their site to learn more about their cutting edge research and get concrete tips for parents, educators and individuals with dyslexia.
Reading Rockets: Reading Rockets creates and disseminates free, evidence-based information about reading through our three major services: PBS television programs, online services, and professional development opportunities. Check out their free Professional Development Webcasts
Dyslexic Advantage: Developed by the authors of the book by the same title, this site provides discussion forums, latest research, news and many other resources accentuating the strengths of the dyslexic mind.
All About Learning: A site developed by the creators of the All About Reading and All About Spelling curricula. Lots of instructional videos and articles to equip the home educating parent. We highly recommend the All About Reading and Spelling Curricula as well!
Reading Horizons: Written by the developers of the Reading Horizons Online Dyslexia Curriculum. The people behind Reading Horizons are dedicated to educating parents who are homeschooling or tutoring their kids. Tons of webinars, courses and information packed articles. We also highly recommend their curriculum!
LD Online: A site developed to help parents, teachers and tutors find the latest research and methods to help teach kids with dyslexia, ADD and ADHD.
Parent Center Network-Parent Center Listing: If you are the parent of a K-12 student with dyslexia, you’ll want to take a look at this site and find your nearest Parent Training and Information Center (PTI). PTIs are funded by the federal government and offer parents assistance in navigating special education and their child’s rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
DyslexiaHelp at the University of Michigan: DyslexiaHelp is designed to help you understand and learn about dyslexia and language disabilities. Visit their site for a wealth of information for individuals with dyslexia, parents and professionals. If you’ve ever wondered about celebrities who have dyslexia, be sure to check out their “Dyslexia Success Stories” section.
Dyslexia on KidsHealth: Are you a parent or educator looking for age-appropriate materials on dyslexia? These articles offer the basics of dyslexia, tailored for the reading and developmental level of kids.
Dyslexia on TeensHealth: Are you a parent or educator looking for age-appropriate materials on dyslexia? These articles offer the basics of dyslexia, tailored for the reading and developmental level of teens.
Eye to Eye: Eye to Eye is a “mentoring movement for different thinkers,” providing mentoring programs to students identified with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and ADHD. Visit their site to learn more about their program and find out how to get involved.