The Decoding Dyslexia series is a powerful resource to empower educators and parents with the knowledge they need to help students who are identified as or at risk for having dyslexia or a reading disability*. According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, dyslexia is the most prevalent and well-recognized specific learning disability, making it critical that parents and educators are well-informed about this reading disability.
The Decoding Dyslexia Series is designed to provide parents and educators with specific information that they need to support children identified or at risk for dyslexia.
This download is for the full Decoding Dyslexia Series which includes seven handouts (use preview button to see all seven):
Overview of Dyslexia: Provides a definition of dyslexia, the skills affected, and facts and statistics
A Portrait of Dyslexia: Includes common areas of challenge and strengths, as well as diagnoses and disorders related to dyslexia
Recognizing Red Flags: Identifies commonly observed challenges faced by children with dyslexia a various ages and stages of development from preschool through high school
From Struggle to Success: Well-Known Individuals Who Are Dyslexic: Profiles six well-known figures from various professions who happen to be dyslexic
Myth vs. Reality: Common Misconceptions and Truths About Dyslexia: Sets the record straight about commonly believed myths about dyslexia
Strategies that Work: Low-Tech Accommodations: Provides many strategies and ideas for how educators and parents can support the success of children with dyslexia in and outside of the classroom- all without the use of technology
Strategies that Work: High-Tech Accommodations: Provides many strategies and ideas for how educators and parents can support the success of children with dyslexia in and outside of the classroom using various technologies
Note: You can purchase each of the Decoding Dyslexia Series handouts separately- but this is the best value!
*These handouts are resources designed for educators and are NOT intended to be used as a diagnostic tool. Dyslexia can only be identified through evaluation by qualified professionals.