Deborah Lynam shares her view of multisensory structured language instruction from years of working directly with her own children and the students she tutors.

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At Learning Ally, we provide audiobooks to those who have certified print disabilities like dyslexia or visual impairment. Until we have the verified documentation, you will only have limited access to our audiobooks.

In order to make sure you continue with uninterrupted service, make sure to upload your child's proof of eligibility as quickly as possible. In this step by step guide, along with the video below, we will walk you through the process for uploading your proof of eligibility documentation.

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Early identification is important. The sooner a child’s dyslexia is identified, the better the results will be. It’s important for parents to trust their observations and move forward in requesting a screening if needed. The following tip sheet is a useful tool to help you identify the potential indicators of dyslexia by grade level. Download a copy, check off the warning signs that apply to your child and share this information with your child’s teacher.

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We are so happy you joined our Learning Ally community! You probably know about our human-narrated audiobooks, but we have recently expanded to offer many parent and student support services such as free webinars and community events. Check out the steps below to help you make the most of your new membership. Remember, we're always here for you.

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Is your child a struggling reader? Does your child have difficulty writing and spelling? Do you suspect dyslexia but you're not sure? Scores of confused parents often struggle to know how to help their children who are struggling with reading and writing. Children with dyslexia do not catch up' without specialized supports and interventions. Parents need to know what to look for and what to ask for so their children can get the help they need in a timely manner. This session will provide an in depth exploration of dyslexia, covering the early warning signs and characteristics, information on assessment and diagnosis and strategies for effective remediation and...'

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We’ll explain why it’s important to use audiobooks and other assistive technologies. We’ll also share how audiobooks can be a ramp to reading and learning.

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Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys visit Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities. Check it out!

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We’ll help you to understand the U.S. federal legal framework and how to find your local state laws. We’ll teach you what certain acronyms stand for such as FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education), IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and we’ll help you understand the basics of IEPs (Individual Education Programs), 504 Plans, the SPED(Special Education) referral process and much more.

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We’ll help you to understand the U.S. federal legal framework and how to find your local state laws. We’ll teach you what certain acronyms stand for, such as FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education), IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) etc. And we’ll help you understand the basics of IEPs (Individualized Education Programs), 504 Plans, the SPED (Special Education) referral process and much more.

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