YALE CENTER FOR DYSLEXIA & CREATIVITY
Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity’s (YCDC) mission is to uncover the strength of dyslexics with information and practical advice.
Bipartisan Congressional Dyslexia Caucus
The Congressional Dyslexia Caucus was formed so that we can work across party lines to educate members of the public about dyslexia, as well as to identify policies that will support individuals as they overcome dyslexia and pursue educational and career opportunities.
This grassroots movement, driven by families, informs policymakers on best practices to support dyslexic students in public schools.
EYE TO EYE
Meet a mentor who has learned to live and thrive with dyslexia, and who will work with you to help you adapt.
Learning Ally allows you to listen to your textbooks and other works of literature through its collection of 70,000 digital recordings.
Bookshare offers the world’s largest collection of accessible titles.
The University Center for Development of Language and Literacy at the University of Michigan runs Dyslexia Help to support and inform the public.
INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION
With 8,500 members, the IDA operates 44 branches with 21 global partners—all working to make the world better place for people with dyslexia.
PARENTS EDUCATION NETWORK
This San Francisco-based coalition of parents collaborating with the community to bring academic success to students with learning and attention difficulties.
Scottish Rite Centers for Dyslexia Evals and Tutoring
Children’s Dyslexia Centers, Inc. provides clinically proven dyslexia tutoring services within 13 states.
What Works Clearing House
For nearly a decade, the WWC has been a central and trusted source of scientific evidence for what works in education to improve student outcomes.