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Proven support! Ensuring dyslexic students who struggle to read can succeed.
We know your child may struggle to read due to learning differences, but they are able to comprehend information way above their ability to decode words. With Learning Ally audio books for kids, we bridge this gap with human-read audiobooks. As a result, now struggling readers can access and absorb the books they want to read or need to read for school. The best audiobook app helps your child, regardless of grade-level, thrive in school and beyond.
Learning Ally Audiobook Solution works:
Join today to get unlimited access to the best audio books for kids for only $135 per year! An annual subscription offers unlimited access to our human-read audiobook subscription, our parent resources, and so much more.
Learning Ally has all the children’s audiobooks that students want and need to read for school. Students can also access our textbooks, read by subject matter experts who bring a depth and perspective many students prefer.
Through our reading engagement activities, kids’ audiobook offerings and competitive scholarship programs, we motivate and interact with your child regularly to help them stay on track and pursue their dreams.
Unlike other dyslexia apps, we provide you with downloadable content, on-demand webinars, access to an audiobook library and a parent-to-parent support group to help you navigate through the challenges of a learning difference.
Our community is a safe space to ask questions, inquire about the newest dyslexia apps, share celebrations, get advice from professionals, and connect with parent members who are available to offer tips and words of encouragement.
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Dr. Sally Shaywitz on dyslexia, assistive tech, and Learning Ally
Learning Ally Audiobooks in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn and Succeed
The use of Learning Ally audio books for kids with dyslexia are restricted to those who have a demonstrated learning disability, visual impairment, or physical disability that makes it difficult to read using traditional print. For legal reasons, we require documentation from a qualified professional for each member.
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Get started for only $135 per year! For less than $12 per month, you get unlimited access to the audiobook services kids need, our parent resources, and much more.