DD and IDA Working Together

From the International Dyslexia Association:

IDA_logoIn an effort to help as many people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities as possible, IDA collaborates with like-minded organizations. IDA does not endorse or recognize organizations but instead, partners with organizations to highlight services that align with IDA’s purpose to pursue and provide the most comprehensive range of information and services that address the full scope of dyslexia and related difficulties in learning to read and write. . . In a way that creates hope, possibility, and partnership.

Please consider joining your local branch of the International Dyslexia Association. As a member of your local branch, you are entitled to receive discounts on events such as the annual conference, participate on their committees, as well as:

  • Dyslexia Connection: This monthly electronic newsletter for parents focuses on public school advocacy and other issues facing parents with children who have dyslexia and related learning disabilities.
  • The Examiner: IDA’s monthly e-newsletter will keep you abreast of happenings at IDA and on dyslexia and literacy-related events around the world.
  • Perspectives: IDA’s quarterly, full-color publication, Perspectives on Language and Literacy discusses educational best practices, curriculum methods, case studies and first-person application of multisensory structured language teaching techniques.
  • Annals: IDA’s tri-annual Annals of Dyslexia is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scientific study of dyslexia and related language disabilities.
  • Reading and Writing: Reading and Writing is an interdisciplinary journal containing articles on the processes, acquisition, and loss of reading and writing skills.
  • Your IDA membership will also connect you with the IDA Branch closest to your home and you will receive local information, access to workshops and events and full membership in the branch. You will gain access to IDA’s listing of professional service providers in your area.

Please contact your local branch of the IDA to see if they have any local support groups in your area. If there aren’t any in your area, please consider working with your local IDA branch to start one!

 

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