• Welcome Parents!


    The following books and websites are resources I recommend to anyone interested in learning more about dyslexia, or related reading disabilities.  As with any recommendation, please use your discretion in choosing items for you and your family.  In searching for materials on your own, please be aware of items that are very expensive, or claim to "cure" dyslexia. I chose the following materials based on what will increase your knowledge, and help you advocate for your child. Happy reading!


    Each child is different, and therefore you may want to look for books that are more tailored to your family. Many dyslexics also struggle with attention and focus, while others may have additional learning disabilities. Searching an online bookseller or the internet may provide you with a specific title that meets your needs. The following are books that I have read, and can personally recommend.

    Overcoming Dyslexia  Overcoming Dyslexia by Dr Sally Shaywitz      The dyslexic Advantage  The Dyslexic Advantage by Dr. Eide

    DA  Dyslexia Advocate by Kelli Sandman-Hurley  superpower  Dyslexia is My Superpower (Most of the Time) by Margaret Rooke


    TD  Thinking Differently by David Flink           plan   The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan by Ben Foss


    Everything Guide The Everything Parent's Guide to Children With Dyslexia  by Abigail Marshall





    Understood.org Great information about learning and attention.

    Handwriting Without Tears: http://www.lwtears.com/hwt

    Dyslexia Training Institute  Good resources, blog.

     Dyslexia Daily Online community (blog) for parents and educators of children with learning disabilities.


    Short Videos:

    What is Dyslexia?




    Good to Read With Your Child:

    Thank you Mr. Falker by: Patricia Polacco

    Taking Dyslexia to School by: Lauren E.Moynihan

    How Dyslexic Benny Became a Star by: Joe Griffith