Why Volunteer

Provide Educational Opportunities for Print Disabled Students

How You Can Help?

Over 10 million American students struggle to read the printed word due to dyslexia and related learning disabilities, blindness and visual impairment.

Together we're transforming lives.

Today we reach over 340,000 students and 80,000 educators in 22,000 schools across the country. Join us in helping to reach the millions more who would benefit from our services.

Who Do We Help?

We're working together to empower struggling readers.

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Learning Ally audiobooks enable students with a certified print disability to find independence and self-confidence on top of the knowledge and understanding of course material.



When a child learns differently, his or her parents find themselves overwhelmed. Many parents have spent countless hours helping their child through homework and often times see no end in sight. Learning Ally provides a solution.

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College Students & Adult Learners

Learning Ally is a lifelong solution for those who learn differently. Neither a learning disability nor a visual impairment go away after graduation.



We provide educators with an easy-to-use tool that speaks to the 1 in 5 children who have a learning disability. Learning Ally’s audiobooks help teachers implement audio learning for students who learn differently.

If you would like more information or have any questions please contact us at Volunteer@LearningAlly.org.

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