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         Dyslexia:     more books (100)
  1. Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading Problems at Any Level by Sally Shaywitz M.D., 2005-01-04
  2. The Gift of Dyslexia, Revised and Expanded: Why Some of the Smartest People Can't Read...and How They Can Learn by Ronald D. Davis, Eldon M. Braun, 2010-02-23
  3. The Everything Parent's Guide To Children With Dyslexia: All You Need To Ensure Your Child's Success (Everything: Parenting and Family) by Abigail Marshall, 2004-09-10
  4. It's Called Dyslexia (Live and Learn Series) by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos, 2007-08-24
  5. The Dyslexia Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers (J-B Ed: Checklist) by Sandra F. Rief M.A., Judith Stern M.A., 2010-01-12
  6. Overcoming Dyslexia: Library Edition by Sally E. Shaywitz, 2004-01
  7. Dyslexia, Learning, and the Brain by Roderick I. Nicolson, Angela Fawcett, 2010-09-30
  8. Overcoming Dyslexia For Dummies by Tracey Wood, 2005-12-27
  9. What is Dyslexia?: A Book Explaining Dyslexia for Kids and Adults to Use Together by Alan M. Hultquist, 2008-03-15
  10. Teaching Students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia: Lessons from Teaching and Science by Virginia W. Berninger, Beverly J. Wolf, 2009-05-15
  11. Dyslexia: Surviving and Succeeding at College by Sylvia Moody, 2007-07-10
  12. Dyslexia My Life by Girard Sagmiller, 1996-03-15
  13. When Your Child Has . . . Dyslexia: Get the Right Diagnosis, Understand Treatment Options, and Help Your Child Learn (When Your Child Has A...) by Abigail Marshall, Vincent Iannelli, 2009-02-17
  14. Disconnected Kids: The Groundbreaking Brain Balance Program for Children with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Other Neurological Disorders by Dr. Robert Melillo, 2009-01-06

1. The International Dyslexia Association
Find membership information and a calendar of upcoming events, and take a look at the latest research. Includes a bulletin board.

2. Welcome
Collection of material covering dyslexia from consumer and professional perspectives. Funded by the United Kingdom government. Our vision is that of a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people to reach their potential.
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Welcome to the BDA website.
The BDA is the voice of dyslexic people. Our vision is that of a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people to reach their potential.
Getting help.
To see a full index of our information sheets click here
For information about your local dyslexia association click here
For information about free ICT training click here
For the latest news click here
Conferences and exhibitions.
Use these links to find out more about the BDA International Conference , and the Special Needs North Exhibition
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The British Dyslexia Association
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Tel: 0118 966 2677
Fax: 0118 935 1927
Email: BDA is a company limited by guarantee Registered in England no.1830587

3. Dyslexia The Gift. Information And Resources For Dyslexia
Exploring positive aspects of dyslexia, and providing information, referrals, and training for Davis Category Health Mental Health Training Centers and Programs......Davis dyslexia Association International Creative talents and learning disabilities,effective methods to teach reading and overcome academic problems.
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Join us as we explore the positive talents that give rise to dyslexia, and share our knowledge about the best ways for dyslexic people to learn. Here's what we offer: Information and training in methods for overcoming learning problems developed by Ron Davis, author of The Gift of Dyslexia. Listings of Davis Dyslexia Correction providers throughout the world, including North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Singapore, and Australia. A forum for networking and sharing information about creative thinking, dyslexia, and other learning differences. Articles and reports exploring different learning styles and educational approaches.
Why is dyslexia a gift?
Dyslexic people are visual, multi-dimensional thinkers. We are intuitive and highly creative, and excel at hands-on learning. Because we think in pictures, it is sometimes hard for us to understand letters, numbers, symbols, and written words. We can learn to read, write and study efficiently when we use methods geared to our unique learning style.
What is Davis Dyslexia Correction?

4. Adult Dyslexia Organisation Index Page
SUPPORT dyslexia CAMPAIGN. dyslexia friendly website
Adult Dyslexia Organisation
Adult Dyslexia Organisation provides help and assistence to all dyslexic adults we have a telephone help line 0207 924 9559, and many other valuable services.
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5. The Dyslexia Institute
Information about dyslexia services. dyslexia associated training, teaching and publication details .Category Reference Education dyslexia Organizations......The dyslexia Institute. Information about dyslexia services. dyslexia associatedtraining, teaching and publication details. Contact details.
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HRH The Countess of Wessex: New Patron of the Dyslexia Institute

Who are we? Quick Links The Dyslexia Institute (DI) is an educational charity, founded in 1972, for the assessment and teaching of people with dyslexia and for the training of specialist teachers. It has grown to become the only national dyslexia teaching organisation in the world. The DI puts a high priority on research into ways of improving the effectiveness of its teaching and training, and on the development of specialist teaching materials. The DI Guild is the DI’s professional body, with open membership. It welcomes individuals with an interest in dyslexia.
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What do we do? Each year we:
  • ASSESS over 7,000 children and adults TEACH over 3,000 children and adults TRAIN about 100 teachers to Postgraduate Diploma level
    about 200 teachers to Postgraduate Certificate level
    up to 200 Teaching Assistants on accredited courses
For convenience the student is referred to as 'he' and the teacher as 'she' throughout this site © Dyslexia Institute. Registered Charity Number 268502, Company Registration Number 1179975

6. Levinson Medical Center For Learning Disabilities
Dr. Harold Levinson proposes that his innerear treatments help dyslexics dramatically. Watch QuickTime videos of his television appearances.



7. SofDesign Dyslexia Training
Special programs for dyslexics and information regarding dyslexia.
SofDesign Dyslexia Training Dyslexia Training Program Supplement An innovative instructional videotape series presenting a curriculum specifically designed to meet the Texas Education Agency (TEA) Dyslexia Program descriptors.
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Literacy Training Program Supplement Another innovative instructional videotape series develoiped specifically for high school students and adults.
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Keyboarding for Written Expression A unique computer-based tool to help children with dyslexia perform to their full potential.
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SofDesign also provides a range of unique books and cassette tapes , along with computer-based software , to help children and families overcome dyslexia. But, if you can't find it here, we also offer links to various other resources that might be able to help. SofDesign International, Inc.
301 South Sherman,
Suite 202
Richardson, Texas 75081
Phone 972.644.0098 Fax 972.644.4286

8. Bright Solutions For Dyslexia
Selections include description, definitions, diverse range of symptoms, persistent myths, positive aspects, career matching, selfesteem building, types of testing and assessment, teaching methods, statistics, and current research results.
Bright Solutions for Dyslexia, LLC
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Diagnose Children with Dyslexia
The testing done by public schools to determine if a child qualifies for Special Education services is NOT the right way to diagnose dyslexia.
There is NO SINGLE test that proves a child has dyslexia.
In this week-long course, Susan Barton will show you how to combine information gained from an in-depth interview with the parent, plus work samples, plus the results of seven tests, to prove in writing that a child has dyslexia. Your written report will qualify that child for classroom accommodations through a 504 Plan, and will tell parents which research-supported tutoring systems will be effective for their child with dyslexia.
Course Name: Dyslexia In Depth
Dates: June 16 to 20 or July 28 to August 1
Location: Sunnyvale, California

9. Bristol Dyslexia Centre, Dyslexia Teaching, Dyslexia Testing, Spld, Specific Lea
Dyslexic? Try the online questionnaire. Meet 'Silly Bull', a fun animation and other Nessy Dyslexic freebies
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Bristol Dyslexia Centre, dyslexia teaching, dyslexia testing, spld, specific learning difficulties
Everything for dyslexics! Find local help, test yourself for dyslexia, play fun games like House of Fear and find out why dyslexics have bigger brains!
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10. NINDS Dyslexia Information Page
The International dyslexia Association (IDA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them.
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Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) What is Dyslexia?
Is there any treatment?

What is the prognosis?
What research is being done? ... Related NINDS Publications and Information What is Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a brain-based type of learning disability that specifically impairs a person’s ability to read. These individuals typically read at levels significantly lower than expected despite having normal intelligence. Although the disorder varies from person to person, common characteristics among people with dyslexia are difficulty with phonological processing (the manipulation of sounds) and/or rapid visual-verbal responding. Is there any treatment?

11. Dyslexia - Information For The Public
Student dyslexia information project from Malacaster College. Thorough information on definitions and causes.
Welcome to the Dyslexia Homepage
Welcome to the Dyslexia Homepage. Dyslexia is a disorder that effects millions of people all over the world. It is one type of specific learning disability (SLD) that effects reading. SLDs can effect people as verbal and nonverbal deficits in all cultures, as seen in current SLD research on Japanese symbols. Although people can learn to compensate for their SLD, it is a permanent disorder that effects the way a person understands, processes, "takes in," retains, recalls, and/or expresses information. SLDs effect esteem, education, vocation, socialization, and daily life through problems in listening, reading, writing, spelling, mathematics, problem solving, organization, and time management through verbal and nonverbal perceptions. A person with a SLD learns at their own level and pace, while excelling in at least one area. Frequently, they will be inconsistent in their daily tasks and abilities, such as spelling a word one day and not the next day. Some of their experiences are difficulties with concentration, perception, memory, verbal skills (oral and/or textual), abstract reasoning, hand-eye coordination, social adjustment, low grades, underachievement, and expression. Often, people with SLDs are considered lazy, rebellious, class clowns, unmotivated, misfits, or of low intelligence. These misconceptions, without understanding the SLD's effect on the person's life, lead to rejection, isolation, feelings of inferiority, discouragement, and low self-esteem.

12. Sam's Story Of Life With Dyslexia
Tells what it's like to be a kid with dyslexia. Includes a simple explanation of how kids with this condition learn to read.
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Sam K. is like a lot of kids: he prefers sports to studying. He says that he is especially good at baseball, but he enjoys all sports. So his hero must be Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, or maybe Kobe Bryant? Not even close. It's Albert Einstein, and a poster of the famous scientist decorates Sam's bedroom wall. Why Einstein? "Because he had dyslexia, too," says Sam. Dyslexia (say: dis- lex -ee-uh) is a name for a learning problem that involves reading and writing. Sam has trouble reading and remembering what he read. It doesn't mean he is not smart. (Einstein had dyslexia, and everyone knows he was very smart.) Most people with dyslexia have average or above-average intelligence. Sam, who is 8, has taken a lot of tests, and he knows that he has above-average intelligence. He's really good at math, science, art, and (of course) gym. So why is it hard for him to read? It's the way the brain is organized in people with dyslexia. Sometimes the messages the brain is sending get jumbled up or confused. Kids like Sam may be able to see and hear perfectly well. But what they see and hear looks different or sounds different than it would to most people.
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13. Home Page
Provides a catalog of materials designed to help parents and teachers help the struggling reader learn to read. Also offerse inservices, free tutoring, and free downloads.

The Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia Specialists
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AVKO comes from A udio, V isual, Ki O ral a multi-sensory approach. HOME PAGE Parents Publishers and/or Marketers For Parents Who Think Their Child Might Be Dyslexic.

14. Greenwood School For Dyslexia Putney Vermont
Greenwood School is a boarding school for students with dyslexia, learning disabilities located in Vermont.
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Innovative Remedial Education for boys ages 9-15 with dyslexia and related language disorders
Comprehensive Training of Literacy Instructors for Mainstream and Specialized Schools
Dyslexia Home Schooling Support Enter Here Statistics, current research, recommended practices, annotated bibliography and resources for recognizing and treating learning disabilities and dyslexia. Please send comments and suggestions to: The Greenwood School
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15. Davis Dyslexia Discussion Board
Discussion forum for parents, teenagers, and adults with dyslexia to share information and support related to school and workplace issues.
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16. Dyslexia, The Gift: Links To Internet Resources For Learning
dyslexia the Gift Home PageDavis dyslexia Association International Books Materials1888-999-3324 1-888-999-DDAI Workshops Certification 1-888-805
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17. Dyslexia Home Schooling Support At Greenwood Institute
A professional support program for parents and adult tutors who are teaching children with learning disabilities. The Institute serves parents and tutors by analyzing the most recent evaluation of the student's language skills, and then constructing individualized lesson plans.
"Like having a language supervisor in your home."
The Greenwood Institute is offering a professional support program for parents and adult tutors who are teaching children with learning disabilities. The Institute serves parents and tutors by analyzing the most recent evaluation of the student's language skills, and then constructing individualized lesson plans. One-on-one assistance, materials, and videos on how to implement lesson plans are included with the service. On-campus training at The Greenwood School is available to those parents or tutors desiring more comprehensive in-depth training. If you would like to be on our home schooling mailing list, please fill out the request for information form linked below. To see our Virtual Brochure click here. Request More Infomation Greenwood Institute Greenwood School

18. Dyslexia Information
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What is dyslexia? Dyslexia is a difficulty in learning to read despite traditional instruction, average intelligence, and an adequate opportunity to learn. It is an impairment in the brain's ability to translate images received from the eyes or ears into understandable language. Dyslexia does not result from vision or hearing problems. It is not due to mental retardation, brain damage , or a lack of intelligence. Dyslexia can go undetected in the early grades of schooling. The child can become frustrated by the difficulty in learning to read, and other problems can arise that disguise dyslexia. The child may show signs of depression and low self esteem. Behavior problems at home as well as at school are frequently seen. The child may become unmotivated and develop a dislike for school. The child's success in school may be jeopardized if the problem remains untreated. What causes dyslexia?

19. The International Dyslexia Association
International organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the Category Reference Education dyslexia Organizations...... The International dyslexia Association (IDA) is a nonprofit organization dedicatedto helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities

20. About Learning Disabilities (By Child Development Institute)
Provides comprehensive information and practical suggestions for parents and teachers of children and teens with ADD, learning disabilities and dyslexia.
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