What we do
Provide Parents with Support
We provide support to parents as they try to seek help for their children. We share our experiences of getting help for our own children to help parents navigate a road with many paths and new lingo.
Provide Educators with Knowledge
We want all teachers to know the signs of Dyslexia. Dyslexia affects 1 in 5 students. That means every teacher in every classroom has a student with dyslexia. Providing students with reading instruction utilizing a structured literacy approach can allow students with dyslexia to learn to read.
Advocate for Students, families, and educators
We advocate for students with dyslexia at the local, state, and federal levels. We review existing and proposed legislation to ensure that students with dyslexia receive the help they need. We host a Day at the Capitol to share the stories of parents, educators, and, most importantly, students with elected officials.