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Proven reading programs that are designed to teach dyslexics to read.


Studies show confidence, comprehension, and test scores can improve with audiobooks.

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Children with dyslexia can learn to read, but they require special instruction

We will guide you to reading programs that are specifically designed to teach dyslexics to read and are proven to work.

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Programs that are proven to work

Students with dyslexia need multisensory structured language (MSL) instruction.

Reinforce the connections between the symbols the student sees, the sounds the student hears, and the actions they can feel

Use teaching techniques that are explicit, direct, cumulative, intensive, and focused on the structure of language

Coordinate the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic–tactile (VAKT) pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning of written language

We can connect you to reading specialists

"We were having trouble finding a good reading tutor, given our location. After speaking with a parent support specialist, we found a tutor and now things are turning around."
Rebecca S., mother of a 6th grade dyslexic student


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Audiobooks can help your child become a better reader and a more effective learner

With audiobooks, we will improve your child's reading comprehension, boost their confidence, help save time on schoolwork leading to better overall grades.

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Success Stories

Tips for a successful start with audiobooks

  1. Access audiobooks using Link, our latest reading software
  2. Start with 3-5 high interest titles
  3. Set aside plenty of time to practice listening
  4. Be flexible, maybe your child wants to listen while lying in bed or coloring a picture
  5. Experiment with the pitch and speed to find the right fit
  6. Read along with your child and discuss the story

See what our members say about audiobooks

“My son has downloaded a few audiobooks and they have made books come alive for him! Thank you Learning Ally.”
Kathy M., parent of an elementary student with dyslexia

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