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Barnaby Blackburn's Site

This is an excellent site by a young schoolboy OH! HI! My name is Barnaby and I am a 12 year old dyslexic. I made this web site for dyslexic people but mostly for dyslexic children. If you are dyslexic this is the site for you. I use a computer in school so I have been though all the things a dyslexic person goes though. On my web site you can find lots of helpful things.

Bright Solutions for Dyslexia

Bright Solutions for Dyslexia, LLC is a training and consulting firm dedicated to creating effective resources for children and adults with dyslexia by educating parents, teachers, and other professionals about Dyslexia and Attention Deficit Disorder. We also train professional and volunteer tutors, as well as parents, in the Barton Reading & Spelling System, which takes dyslexic students' reading and spelling skills to the eighth-grade level.

Canadian Dyslexia Association

Also in French. The mandate of the Canadian Dyslexia Association is to promote awareness of dyslexia, and to develop and implement specialized methods, to improve the quality of life of the estimated five million Canadians who have dyslexia.

Davis Dyslexia Programs & Training Throughout the World

Fantastic Site - In a number of languages, Articles/Information/Links ans so much more

Dyslexia - The Gift

Join us as we explore the positive talents that give rise to dyslexia, and share our knowledge about the best ways for dyslexic people to learn.

Dyslexia Adults Links

Offering help and advice, information, contacts, research and articles about dyslexia and finding a dyslexia test and assessment for adults who may be dyslexic or have difficulties with spelling.

Dyslexia Association of Ireland

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) was founded in 1972. It is a company, limited by guarantee, a voluntary organisation with charitable status. It aims to promote awareness of Specific Learning Disability (SLD/Dyslexia) and to serve the needs of people with this difficulty. The DAI lobbies for the provision of appropriate services by the state to all people with dyslexia. It provides a free information service to the public. Services offered include:

Dyslexia On-Line Magazine

This is an excellent Magazine and covers a variety of aspects on Dyslexia. Easy to read and and understand.

Dyslexia Parents Resource

Each public school child who receives special education and related services must have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each IEP must be designed for one student and must be a truly individualized document. The IEP creates an opportunity for teachers, parents, school administrators, related services personnel, and students (when appropriate) to work together to improve educational results for children with disabilities. The IEP is the cornerstone of a quality education for each child with a disability.


Dyslexics.Net offers free information about Dyslexia.

Europe's Children-Our Concern

supporting children and young people with learning difficulties

Singapore - The Dyslexia Association of Singapore

The Dyslexia Association of Singapore is a registered non-profit making charity dedicated to creating greater public understanding and awareness of dyslexia in Singapore. In addition, the Association offers remediation programmes for dyslexic children.

The Dyslexia Center

"Solutions to reading, writing, and attention problems." You or someone in your family could have the extraordinary talent of dyslexia!

The Dyslexia Research Institute

Ten to fifteen percent of the US population has dyslexia, yet only five out of every one hundred dyslexics are recognized and receive assistance. Approximately 60% of individuals diagnosed with attention deficit disorders are also dyslexic, however, their learning and language differences are often unrecognized because only the behavioral aspects of ADD are addressed. Without the proper diagnosis and help, many of these dyslexics and ADD individuals are only functionally literate, and are part of the forty-four million adults with only the lowest level of literacy. This limits their ability to find jobs and function independently within their communities.

The International Dyslexia Association

The International Dyslexia Association is an international, non-profit organization dedicated to the study and treatment of the learning disability, dyslexia. The IDA was established to continue the pioneering work of Dr. Samuel T. Orton, a neurologist who was one of the first to begin to identify dyslexia and develop effective teaching approaches. Since then, we have been a strong force in the educational and scientific communities.
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