What We Do

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We help children with reading-related learning disabilities and visual impairments reach their full potential.

We firmly believe that far too many children with reading disabilities like dyslexia go either unidentified or receive ineffective assistance. Without proper help, many of these children will needlessly struggle in school and be poorly positioned for success as adults.

We are about changing that.

By working together with parents, educators, and specialists, we can help raise awareness and understanding of dyslexia and other reading disabilities. Much can be done to help dyslexics learn to read proficiently and to leverage audiobooks and other aids to enrich and improve their learning … in turn building their self-confidence and self-image. By sharing these best practices with parents and educators, by connecting them to each other and to effective resources, and then by helping them advocate effectively for those services, we create an environment where these children can thrive.