Tuesday, February 6, 2018

BEST Websites for Dyslexia-2018

It's no surprise that the most popular article (with resources) in our blog here was actually written and published back in 2013. The article entitled BEST Websites for Dyslexia & Dysgraphia has experienced nearly 35,000 visitors to date since its publication in early October of that year (updated in late 2016).

We thought we were long overdue in providing our readers with a brand new article with the latest and best in dyslexia websites and resources. We hope that you will discover exactly what you need in the list of links below to effectively help a reader with dyslexia whom you know and support.

BEST Websites for Dyslexia-2018

The International Dyslexia Association
Home Page: https://dyslexiaida.org
FREE Fact Sheets: https://dyslexiaida.org/fact-sheets/

The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity

DyslexiaHelp at the University of Michigan

Decoding Dyslexia
National grassroots organization of parents, teachers and other adults impacting the lives of children & adults w/ dyslexia
Home Page:http://www.decodingdyslexia.net/
Links to Individual State Branches: http://www.decodingdyslexia.net/dd-states.html

For Teachers from Decoding Dyslexia Oregon
Dyslexia resources for educators---all in 1 place.

Understanding Dyslexia from Understood.org

Dyslexic Advantage by Drs. Fernette & Brock Eide
Home Page: http://www.dyslexicadvantage.org/
Online Adult Dyslexia Checklist of Symptoms(for guidance only): http://www.dyslexicadvantage.org/dyslexia-test/

Bright Solutions for Dyslexia by Susan Barton

800+ Dyslexia Resources---ALL in 1 Place! from Brennan Innovators, LLC

Connect the Dots: Understanding Dyslexia (Launch Report-May 2017)
by Kate Griggs, Founder & CEO, Made By Dyslexia

LD Online-Dyslexia Basics

Reading Rockets

OpenDyslexic Font by Abelardo Gonzalez
Access to FREE download of font that helps dyslexic readers (for all possible devices)

BEST Websites for Dyslexia & Dysgraphia

How Well Does Your State Support Children with Dyslexia? (published 10/25/17)
by Emily Hanford, The Hechinger Report
Provides clickable map for status of dyslexia legislation in all 50 U.S. States.

Homeschooling With Dyslexia by Marianne Sunderland
Website with excellent information and resources for teachers, homeschooling families and others who care for and serve children with dyslexia.

Why Audiobooks? from mindspark
Reasons why audiobooks are a GOOD and WISE resource for dyslexic readers.

“Don’t Worry. He’ll Catch Up” Will Condemn Your Child To a Lifetime of Struggling to Read
by Judy Santilli Packhem, Medium
Children who have difficulty when young will not just “catch up” on their own or with traditional methods of teaching.

Exercise Helps the Brain by clnAdrian, Conscious Life News

Differently Wired by Mike Pickle
Dyslexic/dyspraxic blogger offers tips, techniques and related guidance for working professionals with dyslexia who wish to excel in the workplace.

For information on customizable tools for dyslexia & other reading challenges:
www.FocusandRead.com Tools for struggling readers of all ages!
www.BrennanInnovators.com Info & support for struggling readers

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