Knowing what dyslexia is (and isn’t) is half the battle. The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) has produced an excellent handbook for parents (and educators) on what dyslexia is, how to identify warning signs, and what type of intervention and/or prevention is needed to address the needs of students with dyslexia.
Looking for resources to help your child with dyslexia that truly match his or her needs. Several IDA Fact Sheets clearly deal with issues such as Is My Child Dyslexic?, to what is Multisensory Language Education, and finally, to How to Select an Academic Language Therapist should your child, regardless of age, need a highly trained professional to provide services.
Services can be expensive so Easing the Cost of Education offers sound advice, as does heeding IDA’s advice on controversial therapies (Buyer Beware). IDA Southwest’s Find a Provider offers information on how to find services in New Mexico and west Texas.
Other informative websites
- www.learningally.org provides recorded textbooks and literature books to students with documentation.
- www.understood.org provides helpful information and support to parents.
- www.ldonline.org provides in-depth information for educators and parents on all sub-categories under the umbrella term “learning disabilities.”
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