Decoding Dyslexia- NJ, a parent group that currently meets at Learning Ally’s headquarters, has truly started a movement within the LD community, impacting NJ legislation over the past year and inspiring new chapters to start in states all across the country.
The dunce corner may be a thing of the past, but many of our dyslexic members know the stigma that comes with being forced to sit at the “slow reading table” in class. Learning Ally is glad to assist in creating a right environment for kids who learn differently.
She struggled with reading since childhood, and wasn’t diagnosed with dyslexia until graduate school; now Kelly Fritz is set to launch an illuminating education career. Click on her photo to read her story on Learning Ally’s blog.
LAUNCHING YOUNG LEADERS: Seth Burstein is dyslexic; Christina Chang is visually impaired. Both relied on Learning Ally’s accessible audiobooks to succeed in K-12 and college, and are progressing now toward productive business careers. They’re also both past winners of Learning Ally’s National Achievement Awards — a high honor for students who demonstrate excellence in academics and leadership in the community.