Chapter 7: Information Sources
Section 3: Specific Disabilities – Information Sources
Call for an initial consultation. This will help determine if the Davis Program will successfully address your own or your child's learning difficulties. Allow two hours for the appointment.
If you or your child have been tested or diagnosed for a learning disability, you are welcome to bring along the information to your appointment. No previous testing or diagnosis is required.
The goals of Davis Dyslexia Association International (DDAI) are to increase worldwide awareness of the perceptual gifts, talents or potentials for genius that accompany and give rise to dyslexia; and to teach effective methods for resolving the learning disability aspects of dyslexia.
The goal of the Dyslexia Research Institute, Inc. has been to change the perception of learning differences, specifically in the area of dyslexia and attention deficit disorders (ADD). With proper recognition and intervention, dyslexics and individuals with ADD become successful individuals using their talents and skills to enrich our society.
The mission of International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is to create a future for all individuals who struggle with dyslexia and other related reading differences so that they may have richer, more robust lives and access to the tools and resources they need.
While Learning Ally remains a leading provider of audiobooks – including the world’s largest library of audio textbooks – the organization has become a critical resource to not only students in need, but also their parents, families, and educators.
From delivering parent services, webinars and tools for managing a learning difference to providing links to support networks, certifiers and professionals in the field of learning disabilities, their goal is provide a community of support – online, on the phone and in person. They help parents manage the challenges that come with supporting a child with a reading and learning disability.