The following websites and resources will provide you with information and tips on parenting children and youth with dyslexia.
A PBS special, hosted by Al Roker, part of the Launching Young Readers series
Empowering Parents is a PBS special hosted by Al Roker that visits schools in Huntingtown, Maryland, and Portland, Oregon, to see how families learn to identify early signs of reading problems and find ideas for getting their kids the help and support they need to succeed at reading.
Learn more about getting support for your struggling reader by visiting the Empowering Parents webpage, as part of the Reading Rockets website.
Reading Rockets offers reading resources that assist parents, teachers, and other educators in helping struggling readers build fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.
The University of Michigan Dyslexia Help Center provides information and resources, including dyslexia tests, apps, software, games, and more!
This resource is an extensive and meticulously organized list of apps that may be helpful to individuals with dyslexia, parents of dyslexics, or the professionals who work with dyslexics (teachers, tutors, reading specialists, etc.).
Today's technological age has brought forth a number of very good computer programs and tools to help individuals with listening and speaking, reading and spelling, and writing and organization.
There are many educational apps and online games that will help teach reading, spelling, and much more in a playful setting—while providing beneficial practice for dealing with dyslexia.
Organization whose mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities through support, education, and advocacy.