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National Center for Learning Disabilities

Here are questions parents and educators can ask to clarify the terms: dyslexia, learning disabilities, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia.

Topic: Dyslexia, Reading Disabilities

Understood

Talking to your child's teacher about dyslexia is important. Here are eight tips to help you have productive conversations.

Topic: Reading Disabilities, Dyslexia

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.

Topic: Dyslexia, Reading Disabilities

KidsRead2Kids

Active Listening is a key tool in school and in life. However, it is not taught in class and can be difficult to learn. Here are our tips and tricks to get started.

Topic: Advocacy, Dyslexia

Alabama Department of Education

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

Topic: Dyslexia

Arizona Department of Education

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

Topic: Dyslexia

Arkansas Department of Education

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

Topic: Dyslexia

Understood

A guide to AT tools for reading and where to find them.

Topic: Advocacy, Reading Disabilities, Dyslexia

The PACER Center

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

Topic: Dyslexia, Advocacy, Reading Disabilities

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.

Topic: Dyslexia, Language Development

California Department of Education

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

Topic: Dyslexia

Understood

Child Find a legal requirement for schools to find children who have disabilities and need services. Identifying these kids is an important first step toward getting them the help they need to succeed in school.

Topic: Reading Disabilities, Dyslexia

U.S. Department of Education

The purpose of this letter is to clarify that there is nothing in the IDEA that would prohibit the use of the terms dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia in IDEA evaluation, eligibility determinations, or IEP documents.

Topic: Reading Disabilities, Dyslexia

The PACER Center

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

Topic: Dyslexia

Reading Rockets

Read this webpage to learn about dyslexia and the brain.

Topic: Dyslexia

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