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Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) for Dyslexia Video

Maine Parent Federation and Main AIM Program

Watch a video that gives an overview of dyslexia and Accessible Instructional Materials to support children with dyslexia.

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Alabama Department of Education Dyslexia

Alabama Department of Education

This page includes dyslexia resource guides, Alabama's laws concerning dyslexia, and related information.

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Arizona Department of Eucation Dyslexia

Arizona Department of Education

This page includes dyslexia resource guides, Arizona's laws concerning dyslexia, and related information.

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Arkansas Department of Education Dyslexia

Arkansas Department of Education

View dyslexia resource guides, Arkansas's laws concerning dyslexia, and related information.

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Assistive Technology for Reading and Writing

The PACER Center

Learn about tools to help your child with reading and writing.

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Building Blocks for Language and Literacy

Pennsylvania Parent Education and Advocacy Leadership Center

This handbook describes the development of language and literacy skills, comprehensive language and communication supports, comprehensive literacy supports from birth, and literacy and children with disabilities.

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California Department of Education Dyslexia

California Department of Education

View dyslexia resource guides, California's laws concerning dyslexia, and related information.

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Does Your Child Struggle with Reading? Learn How Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) May Help

The PACER Center

This resource by the PACER Center explains Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) and provides information to determine if your child needs AIM.

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Dyslexia Fact Sheet

Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center

This fact sheet discusses the signs, symptoms, and supports for dyslexia.

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Federal Guidance on Dyslexia from the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

Read a letter from OSEP describing the implications of federal law on disabilities for state policy and practice, especially concerning the identification and treatment of dyslexia.

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