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  1. Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Based Program for Reading Problems at Any Level by Sally Md Shaywitz, 2005-01-04
  2. The Gift of Dyslexia by Ronald D. Davis, Eldon M. Braun, 1997-03-01
  3. How To Reach and Teach Children and Teens with Dyslexia: A Parent and Teacher Guide to Helping Students of All Ages Academically, Socially, and Emotionally by Cynthia M., M.Ed. Stowe, 2000-09-04
  4. Overcoming Dyslexia For Dummies (For Dummies (Health & Fitness)) by Tracey Wood, 2005-12-27
  5. It's Called Dyslexia (Live and Learn Series) by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos, 2007-08-24
  6. 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, 2004-10-30
  7. The Alphabet War: A Story About Dyslexia by Diane Burton Robb, 2004-02
  8. The Human Side of Dyslexia: 142 Interviews with Real People Telling Real Stories About Their Coping Strategies with Dyslexia - Kindergarten through College by Shirley Kurnoff, 2001-11-05
  9. Dyslexia - The Miracle Cure by Wynford Dore, 2006-08-01
  10. Dyslexia and ADHD the Miracle Cure by Wynford Dore, 2008-02-04
  11. Dyslexia My Life
  12. Overcoming Dyslexia: Library Edition by Sally E. Shaywitz, 2004-01
  13. THE LCP SOLUTION: The Remarkable Nutritional Treatment for ADHD, Dyslexia, and Dyspraxia by B. Jacqueline Stordy, Malcolm J. Nicholl, 2000-09-05
  14. An Introduction to Dyslexia for Parents and Professionals (Introduction to) by Alan M. Hultquist, 2006-06-29

1. Welcome
The British dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. One of the world's leading dyslexia organisations, the BDA forms a channel for the latest
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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.
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The next BDA Conference will be the Jean Augur Memorial Conference on Saturday 9 October 2004. The CD will soon be available from the International Conference, use these links to find out more about the BDA International Conference , or to order the CD of the conference papers.
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2. Dyslexia The Gift. Information And Resources For Dyslexia
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, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. 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?

3. The International Dyslexia Association
Formerly the Orton dyslexia Association. Provides resources for professionals and families dealing

4. The Dyslexia Institute
The dyslexia Institute. Information about dyslexia services. dyslexia associated training, teaching and publication details. dyslexia Facts, Quick Links.
Patron: HRH The Countess of Wessex Dyslexia Facts Quick Links About 10% of the population have some form of dyslexia. About 4% are severely dyslexic, including some 375,000 schoolchildren. Dyslexia causes difficulties in learning to read, write and spell. Short-term memory, mathematics, concentration, personal organisation and sequencing may be affected. Dyslexia is biological in origin and tends to run in families, but environmental factors may also contribute to it. Dyslexia affects all kinds of people regardless of intelligence, race or social class. The effects of dyslexia can largely be overcome by skilled specialist teaching and the use of compensatory strategies. The earlier the intervention the better the outcome.
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5. NINDS Dyslexia Information Page
dyslexia information sheet compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). What is dyslexia? Is there any treatment What is dyslexia? dyslexia is a brainbased type of learning disability that specifically impairs a persons ability
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Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) What is Dyslexia?
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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?

6. The International Dyslexia Association
Welcome! The International dyslexia Association (IDA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them.

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.
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8. Levinson Medical Center For Learning Disabilities
The Levinson Medical Center is dedicated to resolving misconceptions of dyslexia and related attention deficit and anxiety disorders.



9. Dyslexia Adults Link - Dyslexia Adult - Dyslexic Adults - Dyslexic Adult
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11. 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.
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Diagnosing Dyslexia
Public schools do not test students for dyslexia. At this 6-day seminar, you'll learn the research-based approach to diagnosing dyslexia described in Dr. Sally Shaywitz's book, "Overcoming Dyslexia." This type of testing also qualifies as a Diagnostic Reading Assessment in the No Child Left Behind act.
Dates: June 21 to 26 or August 2 to 7, 2004
Location: San Jose, California
Cost: $ 995
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12. 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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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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13. Vision, Learning, And Dyslexia (Dyslexic)
american optometric association statement on vision, learning, dyslexia, etc. for learningrelated vision problems (e.g., dyslexia) is to conduct a thorough assessment of eye health and directly treat learning disabilities or dyslexia.6 7 Vision therapy is a
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A joint organizational policy statement of the American Academy of Optometry and the American Optometric Association Many children and adults continue to struggle with learning in the classroom and the workplace. Advances in information technology, its expanding necessity, and its accessibility are placing greater demands on people for efficient learning and information processing. Learning is accomplished through complex and interrelated processes, one of which is vision. Determining the relationships between vision and learning involves more than evaluating eye health and visual acuity (clarity of sight). Problems in identifying and treating people with learning-related vision problems arise when such a limited definition of vision is employed. This policy statement addresses these issues, which are important to individuals who have learning-related vision problems (such as dyslexia), their families, their teachers, the educational system and society. Policy Statement People at risk for learning-related vision problems should receive a comprehensive optometric evaluation. This evaluation should be conducted as part of a multidisciplinary approach in which all appropriate areas of function are evaluated and managed.

14. 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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15. 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 affects millions of people all over the world. It is one type of specific learning disability (SLD) that affects reading. SLDs can affect 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 affects the way a person understands, processes, "takes in," retains, recalls, and/or expresses information. SLDs affect 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 have been 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.

16. Dyslexia Products
Provides sales and links to products, books, and tests specific to learning disabilities. Located in Tideswell, Buxton, UK.
This site offers products that may be useful. We do not intend to offer advice. The purpose of this site to just to make various products easily available.
For advice and information we have included a number of useful web-sites.
Description: How to Raise Happy and Successful Kids! You Need These Secrets of Guilt Free Parenting. Help your child succeed with the unique resources at, including a FREE "Kids Unlimited" ezine. Dyslexia Products The Visual Tracking Magnifier Reading with the VTM Useful Books ... Orthoscopics
To contact us: Chapel House High Street Tideswell SK17 8LB UK

17. AVKO Dyslexia-Spelling Research Foundation
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.
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comes from A udio, V isual, K i O ral a multi-sensory approach. For Information about and Definitions of Dyslexia and related learning disabilities written in plain English Parents and Home Schoolers
who think their child might be dyslexic or just want to be able to help their child improve his/her reading and/or spelling as well as handwriting and keyboarding. K-12 Teachers, Librarians, Consultants ] who want to learn how to best help students whether children or adults learn to read. Wanted teachers to help parents help their children whether or not they dyslexic to learn to read. ] who are interested in conducting research studies in the field of dyslexia, replicating studies, or learning what AVKO has done in the field. Publishers and/or Marketers ] who are interested in doing well by doing good. AVKO would like to sell its publishing and/or distributing rights. AVKO is especially interested in those considering entering the foreign educational markets.
To Teach a Dyslexic The very readable and enjoyable autobiography of a dyslexic who has become a widely recognized expert on what dyslexia really is and especially what dyslexia isn't.

18. Canadian Dyslexia Association - Home Page
Information and resources for teachers, schools and parents whose child is dyslexic.
Canadian Dyslexia Association 290 Picton Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
Phone: 613-722-2699
Fax: 613-722-7881

19. Dyslexia, The Gift: Links To Internet Resources For Learning
Links to 263 education and health resources throughout the world. Home Page. Keyword Search dyslexia Resources General dyslexia Information.
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20. The International Dyslexia Association
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