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DyslexiaHelp [web resource]

dyslexia186DyslexiaHelp is a website for individuals with dyslexia, as well as parents, employers, and professionals of all kinds who  work with dyslexics.  The resources on DyslexiaHelp advance our understanding of dyslexia and language disability, including current research findings and how to design intervention contexts based on best practices.

Do you have dyslexia?  DyslexiaHelp provides a step-by-step approach to help you understand what dyslexia is (and what it is not), develop an action plan, begin to get help, and become your own best advocate.

The Parents section of the site contains information about the signs and symptoms of dyslexia, as well as appropriate testing, diagnosis, and intervention for children and teens with dyslexia.

Professionals who work with children and adults with dyslexia will find help resources within the Professionals section of DylexiaHelp. Some of the sections are geared toward the novice; whereas others are for the more seasoned professional.

See the DyslexiaHelp blog for the latest articles and research.

Looking for encouragement? Read the success stories of dyslexics that will inspire you, give you hope, and help alleviate some of your anxiety.

And finally, check out the Tools section to learn about dyslexia apps, software and assistive technologies, puzzles and word games for dyslexics, books about dyslexia and books to get kids reading, and much more.

Source: University of Michigan | DyslexiaHelp, http://dyslexiahelp.umich.edu | © 2018 The Regents of the University of Michigan

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