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When you first learn your child is dyslexic, you may feel pretty overwhelmed with all of the resources available. Yet, not all resources are created equal. In this episode, Nicole is sharing the resources available on the International Dyslexia Association’s website.

You should bookmark the IDA on your computer, so you can start there when you have a new question about dyslexia. The website has resources about dyslexia and information for parents and teachers.

Where should you start?

  • About Dyslexia
  • Families
  • Refer teachers to Professionals

About Dyslexia Tab (lots of great information to educate you about dyslexia)

  • Dyslexia at a Glance
  • Do I have dyslexia?
  • Definition of dyslexia
  • Dyslexia Around the World
  • Fact Sheets – 29 fact sheets
  • Success Stories
  • Infographics
  • FAQ
  • Provider Directories

Families Tab

The IDA is a great resource for your dyslexia parenting journey.


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