Success Stories

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.

Learning Disabilities

Hoby, a blind graduate student at UC Davis who is pursuing his Ph.D. in organic chemistry, describes how Learning Ally helped him.

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

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

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

Brenton succeeded in schooling from an early age with the help of Learning Ally’s audiobooks.

Nicole plans to enter college in the fall to study Mechanical Engineering.

Nicole is a PhD candidate and teaches English rhetoric and composition to undergraduates.

Since he was blinded by a roadside bomb in Iraq, Michael has come a long way –with the help of accessible audiobooks from Learning Ally.

Christina, a visually impaired MBA candidate at Harvard Business School, describes how Learning Ally has helped her in reaching toward becoming “a leader of tomorrow.”

Blind of Visually Impaired

Hoby, a blind graduate student at UC Davis who is pursuing his Ph.D. in organic chemistry, describes how Learning Ally helped him.

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

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

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

Brenton succeeded in schooling from an early age with the help of Learning Ally’s audiobooks.

Nicole plans to enter college in the fall to study Mechanical Engineering.

Nicole is a PhD candidate and teaches English rhetoric and composition to undergraduates.

Since he was blinded by a roadside bomb in Iraq, Michael has come a long way –with the help of accessible audiobooks from Learning Ally.

Christina, a visually impaired MBA candidate at Harvard Business School, describes how Learning Ally has helped her in reaching toward becoming “a leader of tomorrow.”