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Support and Resources for Parents of Children with Dyslexia and Other Learning Differences

Reading Difficulties

If your child has a learning difference like dyslexia, the struggle to read and keep up in school can be frustrating.

A Learning Ally audiobook subscription provides the resources you and your child need to learn and succeed.

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Membership includes unlimited access to our library of over 80,000 human-narrated audiobooks, including popular fiction, nonfiction titles, and text books.

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Become a Member!

Help your struggling child achieve their potential. Your child will:

  • Read and learn independently
  • Discover that learning can be fun
  • Gain confidence and know they are not alone

Take Learning Ally's Dyslexia Screener

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This basic dyslexia screener is designed to detect whether you or your child have the characteristics of dyslexia. We will provide ideas to what your next step should be, including the option of having a professional evaluation.


Learning Ally audiobooks are available only to those with a verified print disability. Questions? Call 800.221.4792

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Tutor Network

Children with dyslexia can learn to read, most effectively with special multisensory structured language (MSL) instruction taught by a qualified tutor.

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Monthly Giving

Join our monthly giving program. With as little as 83¢ per day you can sponsor an annual audiobook subscription for two students.

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Specialist Directory

Find a local specialist to evaluate your child for dyslexia or SLD.

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Connect with other Learning Ally parents who are walking the same journey.

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Fee Waiver

We realize that membership fees present a financial burden for some families and students, and we are here to help. We believe no student should be excluded from reaching his or her fullest potential.

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