The Dyslexia Project Creating Pathways to Success and Dyslexia-Friendly Communities Santa Barbara and Beyond

Dyslexia and Bullying
Dyslexia and Bullying
Bullying by children has been outlawed in our schools. There are all sorts of programs to make certain that students recognize the damage such unkind behavior can cause. Dyslexia and Bullying can be an...
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Dyslexia Advocate Moms
Dyslexia Advocate Moms
I am a baseball mom.(And a dyslexia advocate mom!) My son—who has dyslexia—has found great success on the baseball field, and I have supported him from the stands for years. During all that time,...
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Welcome to The Dyslexia Project

Blog
Director of The Dyslexia Project, Cheri Rae, shares information and insights about programs and parenting, research and legislation, advocacy and networking opportunities to create dyslexia success

Dyslexia 101

Understanding dyslexia is essential for successful outcomes: information about characteristics, early identification, assessment, interventions and appropriate teaching methods that every parent—and educator—should know

Advocacy

Individuals with dyslexia—who think different—require effective advocates to achieve academic success. Learn effective techniques to achieve successful outcomes in the classroom and beyond.

Inspiration

Individuals with dyslexia who have achieved great success serve as brilliant role models for others to follow. Creative geniuses in art, sports, science, engineering, literature, design and more set a powerful example. Find them here.

Santa Barbara

The prototype for a dyslexia-friendly community, with innovative thinkers in the areas of education, business, politics, philanthropy and parenting will connect and lead the way for other communities to follow.

Education

Dyslexia means a different way of thinking—and a different way of teaching is most effective. Find information about organizations, educators and schools that offer opportunities for the greatest success.

About

Years in development, The Dyslexia Project immediately won recognition and praise in the press—when it was established in 2011—for making connections within the community to create a pathway for dyslexia success. Read articles here.

Resources

Changing the discussion from “struggling with dyslexia” or “suffers from dyslexia” to “successful because of dyslexia.” Become empowered with information ranging from cutting-edge research about dyslexia to memorable fictional characters.