These are just a few of the many dyslexia resources that are available. The following list is also included in the back pages of my book, Phoebe and the Upside Down b.
International Dyslexia Association–www.interdys.org
This is a very informative website for anyone who would like general information about dyslexia, or find out where you or a loved one can be screened for dyslexia, find a provider, become a member, attend a conference or make a donation.
Dragon Naturally Speaking–www.nuance.com
This is one of the top-selling speech recognition software programs. It turns your talk into text and can make almost any computer task faster and easier.
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children – www.tsrhc.org
This is a great resource for parents of children with dyslexia who live in the state of Texas. They offer dyslexia assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
National Center for Learning Disabilities– www.ncld.org
This is a wonderful resource not only for those who struggle with dyslexia, but also other learning disabilities such as dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and ADHD.
LD Online is one of the world’s largest websites on learning disabilities and ADHD. You will find literally hundreds of articles, resource guides, and a directory of professionals, schools and products that seek to provide accurate and current information to help your child reach their full potential.
*There is also a wide variety of educational information available on apps that address reading, writing and spelling concerns for your computer or other electronic device. I’ll be exploring and sharing some of these apps in the future.