Screenings help identify students who are at risk for dyslexia. With screening results, families can figure out whether further intervention and/or assessment is needed. A screening is helpful for a younger student who is struggling with reading.
A dyslexia assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of reading and related processes. The result of this assessment will be a written report, and possibly a diagnosis. Assessments inform recommendations about appropriate interventions and accommodations.
We provide advocacy and parent consultations for dyslexia, including: coaching, IEP and 504 Plan review, attendance at school meetings, records review, recommendations, and informal personal support.
We subsidize tutor and teacher training and continuing education. Contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet with us at a local cafe for a low-key, informal chat about your experience with dyslexia. Join our community! Postponed due to Covid-19.
What does it feel like to have dyslexia? Dyslexia Advocates can support your community organization to provide a dyslexia simulation experience.