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Dyslexia Facts:

Dyslexia is the most common learning difference.

80% of reading difficulties are due to dyslexia.

15-20% of the population is dyslexic.

Dyslexia is not an intellectual disability, but instead is a difference of how the brain is associates the shape of a letter with its sound.

Dyslexics are often very intelligent.

Letter reversals are a symptom of dyslexia.

Dyslexia affects people at varying degrees.

Dyslexics often have other learning differences that can affect rote memorization and their brain's processing speed, potentially affecting their ability to learn math in traditional ways.

Great introductory pamphlet for parents with kids who struggle with reading and for blossoming parent groups (like ours). It was written by a group in Ohio that banded together to help their children gain fair and appropriate access to their education. You'll learn about identifying dyslexia and what to do to help your child as well as your community.
(this note is from Zafiro Papastratakos)

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This is one of the best books
I've read about how to advocate for my child within the school district. I highly recommend it to parents and dyslexics who are looking for ways to make their child's education appropriate and accessible. It can sometimes be a long road.
(this note is from Zafiro Papastratakos)

Dyslexia specific tutoring + day school
the school uses a multi-sensory math program developed expressly for dyslexics. 

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Barton Reading + Spelling System
great, Orton Gillingham based tutoring kits that you can purchase. 10 levels in all, designed so folks can teach their kids at home.