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A comprehensive website featuring definitions, fact sheets, a self-assessment, success stories, webinars, provider directory, bookstore, video library, conference information.

The Wilson Reading System® (WRS) is an intensive Tier 3 program for students in grades 2-12 and adults with word-level deficits due to a language-based learning disability, such as dyslexia.


As a structured literacy program based on phonological-coding research and Orton-Gillingham principles, WRS directly and systematically teaches the structure of the English language. Through the program, students learn fluent decoding and encoding skills to the level of mastery.

This website’s mission is to increase awareness of dyslexia and its true nature, specifically to illuminate the creative and intellectual strengths of those with dyslexia, to disseminate the latest scientific research and practical resources, and to transform the treatment of all dyslexic children and adults.

Formerly Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic, this downloadable book service offers a way to listen to quality literature and textbooks. For students at The Appalachian Reading Center, access to Learning Ally is paid for by a student materials fee.

Formed with the letters p q b d the symbol of this organization is inspired by dyslexics and how they process information differently in ways that provide advantages in reasoning and understanding relationships. Their jewelry line was designed to create a way for the dyslexia symbol to show support and start conversations, but also to raise funding for dyslexia organizations. By purchasing jewelry and listing the Appalachian Reading Center at the time of purchase, PQBD will give 10% as a donation .

Susan Barton is recognized internationally as an expert in dyslexia. She is in the Hall of Honor at the headquarters of the International Dyslexia Association. Her goal is to help parents, teachers, and others understand dyslexia—so they can provide the right type of help. Website features many videos and success stories.

Fifteen non-profit organizations have joined forces to support parents of the 1 in 5 children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey. With state-of- the-art technology, personalized resources, free daily access to experts, a secure online community, practical tips and more, this website is very useful for parents and teachers.

Learning Without Tears promotes written communication success in the classroom for Pre-K, handwriting, and keyboarding. This website focuses on its programs: Get Set for School, Handwriting Without Tears, and Keyboarding Without Tears and their accompanying products 


Learn about the Wet-Dry-Try iPad App that follows the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum. Students can use an iPad at home  to practice letter formations accurately, with correct start, sequence, and directionality. The Handwriting Without Tears: Wet-Dry-Try for Capitals, Numbers & Lowercase is available for families to purchase for $4.99 at the Apple Store.

DyslexiaHelp is designed to help parents and teachers understand and learn about dyslexia and language disability.

A Parent-Led Grassroots Movement for Dyslexia

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