Dyslexia

A Grandma of two dyslexics writes from Pennsylvania

From a Grandma in PA,  “Smile for the day… Two VERY loveable and loving children (who just happen to be dyslexic) proudly hung a beautiful sign for their Grandma’s birthday yesterday…and found it to be perfectly oriented and readable!” Fortunately, the Online Reading Tutor decoding lessons corrects this form of visual dyslexia.

Could your child be at risk for dyslexia?

Signs of dyslexia in different age groups: Online Reading Tutor App for iPhones and iPads (iTunes) Online Reading Tutor App for Android Devices (Google Play)  

Our dyslexic daughter was a struggling reader in grade 8.

“Our daughter was a struggling reader in grade 8. We were worried she would be a high school drop-out. Fortunately she got into Bob Almack’s grade 9 reading class.  After nine months and a lot of hard work and perseverance, her reading improved so much that in grade 10 she was on the honour role. Read more …

An Example Of The Creative Gifts Of Dyslexia

I had the pleasure of speaking with Orlando Cotto who you will see is a talented and creative musician. He contacted me through the Online Reading Tutor Assessment App. While not all dyslexics are creative musicians, they all have special gifts. The good news in 2016 is that dyslexic children and adults can become fluent Read more …

A sixty-four year old dyslexic writes …

“I am a sixty-four year old dyslexic. Although I was a successful engineer, I could hardly read. Amazingly, after three months and thirty on-task hours of doing the Online Reading Tutor lessons, I can now read anything I want.  This is incredible. My message is that if you are willing to work hard and persevere when Read more …

A mother of a grade 4 dyslexic boy writes from Arizona

Hi Bob and Mary, I have been meaning to let you know how Devin has been doing on his reading. I have seen such a BIG change in Devin’s reading recently. It’s amazing!!!!!!! I have been pointing it out to Devin and he loves it. He says reading has gotten easier. WOW!!!!!! I am so Read more …

A grade 2 dyslexic writes her mom about the joy of learning to read.

A mother from Toronto writes. “I wanted to send you a picture of the note our daughter wrote to me the other night. Thank you so much. She is now reading simple books and writing with help. Although she still has a long ways to go, we are so proud of her and overjoyed at Read more …

A mother writes from Alabama

Raushanah Mohammad home schools her son because of his severe dyslexia.  Her son has completed 20 hours of reading lessons with Online Reading Tutor Services Inc.  This is what she wrote to to her Online Reading Tutor in Texas: “Hello Mrs. Stephanie!  Yes ma am everything is going fine with the stories.  Also I just Read more …

A mother of a former non-reading dyslexic grade 3 posts from Wisconsin

Recommendations to the Congressional Science, Space and Technology Committee

The following is taken from the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity website: dyslexia.yale.edu In response to the many who have asked, below are the Recommendations made to the Congressional Science, Space and Technology Committee on September 18, 2014. I am optimistic, once this committee is aware of the strong science of dyslexia, educators will want to align Read more …