Helpful Links 

International Dylexia Association


The International Dyslexia Association (IDA)  is a 501(c)(3)    non-profit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to the study and treatment of the learning disability, dyslexia as well as related language-based learning differences. 

We are the oldest such organization in the U.S. serving individuals with dyslexia, their families, and professionals in the field. We have approximately 8,500 members - 60% in the field of education and 30% are individuals with dyslexia or parents of children who are dyslexic.

Wilson Reading System and Wilson Fundations

Wilson Reading is an IDA approved  Orton Gillingham Program designed for small group instruction.  It utilizes a Structured Word  Analysis approach to teaching reading. 

The Wilson Reading System directly and systematically teaches students how to fluently and accurately decode.  it is unlike traditional phonics programs in that instruction is very interactive and multisensory.  It also throroughtly teaches total word construction, not just phonics.


Wilson Fundations is geared to the younger student K-2 and teaches the alphabet with a picture image for each letter and corresponding sound. The Wilson Fundations letter formation paper is beneficial for students of all ages with dysgraphia, difficulty with formation of letters. 

 Barton Reading and Spelling

The Barton Reading & Spelling System is a one-on-one tutoring system that will greatly improve the spelling, reading, and writing skills of children, teenagers or adults who struggle due to dyslexia
or a learning disability. 

The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity


The Yale Center for Dyslexia serves as a nexus for research on dyslexia, and is as well a leading source of advocacy and information to better the lives of people with dyslexia.

Making Math Real

Making Math Real is an innovative, fun, hands-on method of learning math that integrates key cognitive development such as symbol imaging, detail analysis, and sequential processing, within every lesson and activity. Students who struggle with math do not lack the intelligence or the motivation to be successful. Typically, they lack the underlying development that supports the acquisition of the basic tools to do math.

Learning Ally

The difference we make in a dyslexic student's educational and personal growth goes far deeper than audiobooks!

Learning Ally, a national nonprofit since 1948, has partnered with those who learn differently to ensure academic and lifelong success.