Dyslexia Support

Solutions that support students with dyslexia

It’s time to end the reading struggle. Learning Ally, a literacy solutions nonprofit for 75 years, has combined professional development and digital solutions to help educators accelerate learning with their struggling readers.

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Dyslexia Awareness Training

Moving from understanding to action, Learning Ally’s Dyslexia Awareness Training provides insights into the learning experience of students with dyslexia, the ways to identify them, and the strategies and systems that can effectively support them.

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Learning Ally Audiobook Solution®

The Learning Ally Audiobook Solution helps striving and dyslexic readers, from grade school to high school, access grade level content with ease. By removing the barriers to reading, students are able to read and learn.

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Excite Reading®

Excite Reading lays the foundation for comprehension skills through a vibrant library of authentic children’s e-books that explore themes from social studies, science, and the arts. Time-saving lessons take a holistic approach to teaching vocabulary and background knowledge, prompting rich discussion as students learn to make connections while they read.

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Now on Demand: Spotlight on Dyslexia

Learning Ally’s highly anticipated virtual conference is now available on demand. Spotlight on Dyslexia features keynote speakers Emily Hanford and Stanislas Dehaene, and brings together a vibrant community of educators, experts and thought leaders, all dedicated to enhancing your understanding of dyslexia and improving support for struggling students. By attending Spotlight on Dyslexia, you will walk away with:

  • Tools, resources, and improved classroom practices you need to help all students learn to read.
  • Knowledge about what dyslexic students need to succeed in the classroom.
  • Belief in your ability to help struggling readers and belief that they can succeed.
  • Up to 30 CE certificates.
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