Understanding how dyslexic students learn and teaching with corresponding methods will make big impact on learning.

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Reading fluency is difficult for the dyslexic reader to attain because they are generally spending most of their brain power trying to decode the words on the page. Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

Dyslexia and Foreign Language

International Dyslexia Association Recognizes Nine Universities for Meeting Teacher Training Standards in Reading

The IEP Process: Everything You Need to Know

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IEP Parent Letter Outline

Outline for a Parent/Caregiver Letter for your Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Meeting Date: Parent Report: (Child’s Name) Date of Meeting: Submitted by: Introduction:

Dyslexia and School: Parental Consent

Parents - one of your most important rights that you hold within the school system is whether or not to give your consent for certain actions regarding your child with disabilities or if your child is suspected to have a disability.

Communication in the IEP Meeting

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Be sure to read our Reading Fluency page: http://dyslexiahelp.umich.edu/professionals/dyslexia-school/reading-fluency

Reading Fluency help for students with dyslexia. also check out article called "coaching reading fluency in students with moderate to severe dyslexia" @ Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia

Help for Your Dyslexic College Student

Help for Your Dyslexic College Student -- Good advice for people with different disabilities, too.

The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in the Classroom

This is a very exciting time to work with a speech-language pathologist (SLP) if your child has difficulties with listening, speaking, reading, spelling, and/or writing.

Building Bridges with School Staff

Your child’s teacher is just as important to go in and meet that first day of school. This is the person your child is going to be spending most of their school time with. Tell the teacher about your child's health issue and what he/she needs to do.