The International Dyslexia Association’s Fact Sheets are convenient, professionally reviewed materials designed to improve understanding and support advocacy initiatives. We have included below links to the IDA Fact Sheets as well as other short informational articles.
NHIDA now hosts a free, one-hour Zoom session for parents every other month that focuses on a topic from the IDA Dyslexia Fact Sheets. You can view past sessions and sign up for upcoming sessions here: https://nh.dyslexiaida.org/.
At the end of 2020, the IDA Georgia Branch also began building a Topics of Interest Library in response to frequently asked questions. Visit https://ga.dyslexiaida.org/topics-of-interest-library-the-science-of-dyslexia-and-literacy/ to view this work-in-progress.
Dyslexia in the Schools: Assessment and Identification (2019 article by IDA-GA Board Member Jennifer Lindstrom, Ph.D.)
What Works – Structured Literacy:
Here’s Why Schools Should Use Structured Literacy (article by Louise Spear-Swerling, PhD, in June 2019 Issue of The Examiner)
Structured Literacy Works, but What is It? (March 2019 Issue of The Examiner)
Advocating for a Child in the Public School System (August 2019)
Accommodations Worksheet (September 2019)
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