Looking for information on what types of tests are needed to identify dyslexia? This book provides a comprehensive practical guide to the most frequently used tests for diagnosing a suspected learning disability. It is easy to use and a great resource to bring with you to your child’s evaluation meeting at school. The book contains general test information, purpose and description of the test, subtest information and strengths of the tests in an easy to read format.


 

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Headstrong Nation has a series of videos where they walk you through how to get started using a variety of technology tools. In this video, you will learn about how to use speech-to-text software. Speech-to-text can help a writer with dyslexia get the thoughts and words on paper faster to be able to write more effectively and efficiently.

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In “The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan,” Ben Foss encourages parents to map to their child’s skills in a visual way to highlight their strengths and talents. “The Strengths Star” activity revolves around the eight major categories of strengths that are common in dyslexics. Unlock the World of Dyslexia Resources – Sign In Email Form

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Headstrong Nation?has a series of videos where they walk you through how to get started using a variety of technology tools. In this video, you will learn about how to adjust the speech rate on text-to-speech. This technology will read to the learner text from documents, emails or eBooks. By increasing the speed of the audio, the listener can increase the amount of information that they are able to process becoming a more efficient ear reader'.'

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The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Technology provides very practical how-to' articles for getting started with Livescribe, Dragon Naturally Speaking, speech-to-text, and choosing a tablet for your student.

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The language and terms in the legal aspects of being a champion are often confusing. This document is a valuable resource to print and put in your notebook to have handy at IEP meetings.

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Tips for Reading Specialist and Tutors to get students who struggle to read due to a reading based learning difference like dyslexia. This month's tips include reading strategies for parents at home to continue the learning with Learning Ally Audiobook Solution.

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Terrie's Tips: Monthly tips to help reading specialist and tutors support students with a reading deficit. This tip provide insight into how audiobooks fits into the schematic of structured literacy.

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Terrie's Tips: Monthly tips to help reading specialist and tutors support students with a reading deficit. This tip provide insight into how audiobooks fits into the schematic of structured literacy.

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In this month's Terrie's tip, Terrie Noland Vice President of Educator Initiatives at Learning Ally, discusses the importance of accommodations in preparation for school assessments and testing.

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