Resources

We know that finding the appropriate instruction which will help a child who stuggles with dyslexia can be a very daunting task.  Listed below are some sites and resources that will allow you to become familiar with the information you need to be an advocate for your child.  All parents need to know and understand your child's rights and your rights as a parent. The most important thing you can do is educate yourself on knowing what research states is best practices for your child.  

Remember the only real advocate your child has is you!  Educate yourself on your rights!

The International Dyslexia Association

Kentucky Department of Education

A Parents Guide to Section 504 in Schools

If you desire to seek professional help for your child, listed are some facilities in the Louisville area.   This is by no means an all inclusive list.

The Literacy Corner

The Wright Psychology and Learning Center

The Chatter Box

Dreamcloud Psychology and Educational Services

Learning Boost

The de Paul School

Meredith-Dunn School

Professional Educators

Here are some things for those of you who are professional educators who would like to learn more about dyslexia.

Accommodating Students with Dyslexia in all Classroom Settings

Orton Gillingham Based an Multisensory Level Education Approaches to Education

The Dyslexia-Stress-Anxiety Connection

Recommended Reading For Professionals