We all want what’s best for our children, but it’s often hard to make that happen when your child has a learning difference. We have extensive experience in helping parents develop the skills to know not only what to ask for but how to ask for help for their child to ensure the best chance of success, in a wide variety of settings, both inside and outside of school. Ultimately, we look to develop children who can grow up and advocate for themselves effectively by confidently embracing who they are and understanding their differences and needs.
"In the beginning, I had no idea what to do. It was as if the teachers and administrators were speaking another language. With Learning Ally’s guidance, I know what I need to do in school and how to go about getting it."
-Amy A., champion for Maya, an 8th grade dyslexic student
Learn more about our dyslexia resources and how our parent support team helps advocate for their own children.