Parenting a Dyslexic Child

For many parents, one of the most troubling aspects of having their child diagnosed with dyslexia is the enormous cost typically associated with the specialized instruction  that these children require in schools.

Often specialized instruction is not available at the child’s school and parents have to seek outside support. Many of these outside tutoring and instructional programs, offered by reading specialists or speech and language professionals, are potentially transformative but also expensive and not financially feasible for many families.

Too often, parents are left with no place to turn and heartbroken to have a child with a dyslexia diagnosis but no access to evidence-based programs to treat it.


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