Community

Along with the world’s largest audio textbook library with 80,000 human-narrated books. Learning Ally also has a vast community of parents and students from all over the country. There are a lot of ways to get involved and many resources available to you. Welcome to our community of support.

If you are a parent, contact your special education department to see if your child qualifies and learn how to get them access. Or, check out the getting started section for parents.

What's Happening

Read about the Denver Learning Ally community or check out the Learning Ally blog to read about news across the country.

Student with an Audiobook

Creating Learning Allies

... as published by the Denver Foundation.

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Rocky Mountain Reading Games

Rocky Mountain Reading Challenge

Learning Ally and Denver Public Schools teamed up to host the Rocky Mountain Reading Challenge...

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Gary Keaton

Author Gary Karton Talks Dyslexia

Author Gary Karton speaks at Denver Public Library about dyslexia.

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Press Release

DENVER, CO – Learning Ally, a national nonprofit organization providing educational support for students, families and schools, is teaming up with the Denver Public School (DPS) system to help K-12 students with learning disabilities flourish in the classroom.

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Become part of the conversation on social media. Engage with other educators and parents, share ideas and recommend Learning Ally to the others who may benefit.

Getting Started with Audiobooks for Parents

Helping your child make audiobooks a part of their learning is key to their success. Here are some resources to help you get started in understanding audiobooks, how they work, and how to use them to help your child succeed.

Contact the special education department at your school to see if your child qualifies for Learning Ally. Ask them about getting student account access to Learning Ally audiobooks!

Parent Services

As part of our Denver Public Schools partnership, you as a parent have access to Learning Ally’s parent support services. You’ll work with a trained, experienced specialist who’s the parent of a child with dyslexia, like you. Our specialists know firsthand what you and your child are going through—and they can provide the help you need:

  • gather the facts so you can start to understand dyslexia
  • create a unique plan designed for you and your child
  • meet and connect with other parents of children with dyslexia
  • attend exclusive webinars hosted by parents and experts
  • discuss the reading programs that make sense for your child
Dec 05, 2016

Get Listening in Your Classroom (and Beyond!)

"Getting started" training webinar for school members

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Dec 06, 2016

Independence and Success for Struggling Readers

Not a member? Join us for a webinar to learn about our school solutions

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Dec 06, 2016

Student to Student Webinar Series

Being Your Own Superhero

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Dec 14, 2016

Virtual Student Bonfire

Join us for an online hangout

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