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 school to find out how to get access to Learning Ally audiobooks or contact Sally Pistilli at for more information or questions.

What's Happening

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

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Dyslexic student leads event

Mother – daughter team Violet and Jennifer helped Santa Barbara families explore their superpowers at a kickoff event at the public library announcing the partnership between Learning Ally and the Santa Barbara Unified School District. Learning Ally Parent Support Specialist Jennifer Biang and her daughter Violet, who has dyslexia, led a presentation and then gave students with dyslexia the opportunity to craft their own “superpower shield” and receive colored bracelets to represent their unique talents. Families did the craft together and had time to share their personal stories about dyslexia.

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Announcing a community of support

Learning Ally's Andrew Friedman and Connie Murphy presenting at a community event at the public library, announcing the new partnership with the Santa Barbara Unified School District. Parents, grandparents, educators, library staff and supporters were in attendance to hear about the partnership giving the students in the district Learning Ally services and a community of support. Friedman and Murphy answered questions they had about a range of topics including how the program will be implemented and how students can get access.

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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.

Oct 20, 2016

Parent Webinar Series Parent and School Collaboration

A Discussion with Dr. Vaughn Lauer

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Oct 23, 2016

Learning Disabilities Association New Jersey Conference

Navigate the Maze Conference Vendor & Post-Secondary Resource Expo

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Oct 24, 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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Oct 25, 2016

Reading and Writing the Orton-Gillingham Way

Perfect Together!

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