What could membership mean to you?

 

Learning Ally has already helped hundreds of thousands of children become confident, independent learners. And all along the way, we’ve helped their parents and teachers with knowledge, support and advice. Listen to some of their stories, and imagine the difference Learning Ally could make for your child.

Featured Success Story

“Learning Ally really works.”

A mother and her dyslexic son describe how audiobooks boosted his confidence and love of reading.


Learning Disabilities

Dyslexic Teen Regains Confidence, Aims for Nursing Career

Maia gained confidence and is now excelling at age 19 as a nursing major.

View more of Maia's story »

From Dyslexic Struggling Reader to Valedictorian

Diagnosed with severe dyslexia as a school student, Dustin struggled well below grade level in reading and writing.

View blog post about Dustin »

“Now I’m Proud of My Dyslexia”

Over the years, Eddie has transformed his disability into an asset.

Read Eddie's story »

“It’s your Learning Ally and what could be better”

Dr. Shaywitz explains how Learning Ally helps bright students with dyslexia

Read more from Dr. Sally Shaywitz »


Blind or Visually Impaired

“It’s all about helping each other in this world.”

Patricia returned to college at age 59 while supporting others with vision loss at UC Berkeley's Low Vision Center.

Read Patricia's story »

“He is an example for our students.”

Greg Aikens is a highly regarded teacher of blind and visually impaired children in Smyrna, Georgia.

Blog article about Greg »

“I show them the tools they can use to flourish in their own lives.”

With courage and determination, Susan navigated major obstacles imposed by macular degeneration throughout her adult life.

Read about Susan »

“I could not have gotten through school without Learning Ally.”

Mike Jernigan USMC (Ret.) is rebuilding his life with the help of Learning Ally audio textbooks.

Cpl. Jernigan tells his story »