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There are many excellent sources of information for families. Please explore some of the following suggested websites:

For Reading
  • The Reading League
    • "By leveraging the existing research in ways that inspire educators to refine their literacy instruction, The Reading League bridges the gap between research and classroom practice. This results in improved literacy outcomes for students."
  • Learning Ally
    • Learning Ally provides audio versions of "all popular literature along with all the classics, textbooks and books for required reading. Additionally, we provide programming to help motivate students, a dashboard to monitor student progress and Professional Learning modules, including our Spotlight on Dyslexia Conference, to provide educators with all the support and training they need to be dynamic leaders in literacy."
  • ASDEC: The Atlantic Seaboard Dyslexia Education Center
    • "As a nationally accredited professional development center, ASDEC trains and certifies Academic Therapists and educates teachers, tutors, parents, and school leaders in effective methods to help individuals who are dyslexic or have other learning differences."
For Learning differences including dyslexia
    • Resources, expertise and connections about learning differences for students and families
  • Smart Kids With Learning Disabilities
    • "Our mission is to help children with learning and attention differences reach their full potential by inspiring, educating and empowering parents to help their children succeed."
For Attention
    • "Everybody can have difficulty sitting still, paying attention or controlling impulsive behavior once in a while. For some people, however, the problems are so pervasive and persistent that they interfere with every aspect of their life: home, academic, social and work. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting 11 percent of school-age children."