Online Conference
for Educators and Parents

Entire Recorded Conference Available until April 30, 2017

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Keynote Presentation

Dean Bragonier and Sally Taylor

Family of Strengths: Unlocking Dyslexic Ability

Dean Bragonier
Sally Taylor

Dyslexia often runs in the family, and that is true for Dean Bragonier (NoticeAbility, Inc), his wife Sally Taylor (Consenses), and Dean's mother-in-law Carly Simon - all dyslexic. Through family-ties, they found dyslexia brings both struggles and strengths. Dean and Sally want to start an educational revolution focusing on abilities to help students reach their full potential which will benefit society as a whole.

In this keynote presentation, award winning singer/songwriter Carly Simon will also share a special message.

Video Courtesy Hollywood on the Potomac

Educational Keynote

Louisa Moats

Why Spelling Counts in the 21st Century Classroom

Louisa Moats, Ed.D

In our exclusive educational keynote session, world-renowned reading researcher Louisa Moats, Ed.D. will explore why spelling is a near-universal challenge for dyslexic individuals. She'll use numerous actual writing samples and will conclude her session with key recommendations for teachers around instruction and accommodation.

Video Courtesy Voyager Sopris Learning

See the entire 20+ speaker line up: Agenda

New this Year

  • CEU Certificates Available through Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)
  • Option for Educators to Enjoy the Conference for a Full Year
  • Enhanced Opportunities to Network Online with Others from Your State

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Learning Ally is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit that is committed to helping students who have print disabilities such as dyslexia, other learning disabilities or visual impairment.

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Spotlight on Dyslexia is the brainstorm idea of our former intern, Will Marsh, a high school student at the time. Check out his inspiring website.