Support and Resources for Parents of Children with Dyslexia and Other Learning Differences

It's Not Cheating

If your child has a learning difference like dyslexia, the struggle to read and keep up in school can be frustrating.

Audiobooks are not a crutch and they are not cheating. They are a crucial resource for children to learn at their grade level. When your child can get on a level playing field, his/her confidence soars!

97% of Learning Ally Parents say audiobooks help their kids

Our library of human-narrated audiobooks includes literature and textbooks. VOICEtext technology makes it easy to follow along by highlighting words as you read, creating an immersive reading experience.

Dyslexic Son and Mother Discuss Reading

A mother and her dyslexic son describe how audiobooks boosted his confidence and love of reading.

Joining is the First Step

How ear reading benefits your child:

  • access grade level content independently
  • supports comprehension of the material
  • promotes fluency, vocabulary and a love of reading

Feel the joy of watching your child succeed.

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Take Learning Ally's Dyslexia Screener

This basic dyslexia screener is designed to detect whether you or your child exhibit the characteristics of dyslexia. We will provide ideas to what your next step should be, including the option of having a professional evaluation.

Take the Tour

Take a tour of your Learning Ally Membership and preview the Parent Dashboard. Learn more about our audiobook learning app.

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Specialist Directory

Find a local specialist to evaluate your child for dyslexia or SLD.

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Tutor Network

Children with dyslexia can learn to read, most effectively with special multisensory structured language (MSL) instruction taught by a qualified tutor.

Proud mother and son who has dyslexia