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A research-based program that benefits college students who are blind or visually impaired

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Featured on December 2, 2016
Spotlight on Dyslexia: Online Conference
Oct 25, 2016

College Success Program Monthly Community Call

Serving Blind and Visually Impaired Students

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Oct 25, 2016

Reading and Writing the Orton-Gillingham Way

Perfect Together!

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Oct 27, 2016

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About Our Audiobooks

Audiobooks help students with learning differences become better learners. This powerful tool improves reading comprehension, boosts confidence, saves time on schoolwork and leads to better grades. Learn about the benefits of audiobooks

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"My daughter LOVES Learning Ally. She was struggling through a book that she had to read for school. She listened while she followed along and completed her assignment, which made me love it too!"

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