Reading Disabilities, Reading Skills, & Dyslexia


Does your child have reading disabilities issues?

reading disabilities and reading skills

Need to know more about Reading Skills and Dyslexia?

Since my son has severe dyslexia, I’ve gathered quite a bit of knowledge and content about reading skills and reading disabilities. I’ve even published a couple of best-selling books about reading!

To make your research and learning easier, I thought I’d gather the links for my reading disabilities based pages for you. You can open the links in new tabs if you’d like, or book mark this page, so you’ll be able to come back to this reference page for as long as you need help with your child’s reading disabilities.

Reading Disabilities Due To Dyslexia

Symptoms of Dyslexia

Hear Me Now: Dyslexia is NOT a Vision-based Problem

Definition of Dyslexia and Symptoms of Dyslexia

About Dyslexia
Are you unsure whether your child has dyslexia? Does your child reverse numbers and letters, or have to decode every word he sees, even if he has just seen it in the previous sentence? These symptoms may indicate your child has a developmental problem that is dyslexia, or manifests itself as dyslexia. This information will provide additional guidance.

Do you think my child has dyslexia?

Reading Programs for Dyslexia

Orton-Gillingham Based Reading Remediation for Dyslexia

Working to Improve Reading Skills With Reading Disabilities like Dyslexia

How We Overcame Dyslexia through Homeschooling

Therapy-based programs
If you don’t have the time, or your child is in a traditional school setting, you will want to familiarize yourself with programs used by schools and therapists. The programs listed in this section are also viable for home schooling parents or those desiring to remediate their child at home. Exploring this information will give you an ability to discuss program options intelligently with persons who will be providing remedial services for your child.

Teaching Reading
If your child is struggling with reading, there are many considerations in regard to teaching your child reading that you will want to investigate. You are probably wondering what type of program you should use. This section is designed to help you determine what type of program to use with your child to meet his unique needs.

Learning Style and Dyslexia – Multi-Sensory is best..

Other information about Dyslexia

What is Reading Like for Children With Dyslexia?

Resources for Parents of Kids with Reading Disabilities

Reading Pen Assistive Technology for Dyslexia and Reading Disabilities

Dyslexia Resources, Organizations & Links

504 for Dyslexia?

I Pray for the Labeled Child.. A poem.

Remediation at home
Can you teach your child reading at home? YES! There are any number of good programs available on the market today. Now, more than ever, the means for teaching reading skills to a child with dyslexia are well known and programs are being made readily available to parents. This section will help you explore the options for home remediation through inexpensive programs.

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