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Families with students who fall on the dyslexia spectrum have many resources to help support their students. Students who are dyslexic may require additional home and school support. Accommodations may include additional time to complete assignments, assistive reading and writing technologies, and other accommodations. Below are some helpful resources to help families best support their students. 

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Middle Tennessee State University Dyslexia Center for Dyslexia

IDEA Dyslexia Handbook for Families

The article below, Ten Things to Help Your Struggling Reader,  is taken from the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity. The author is Joshua Jenkins, a Literacy Specialist in Newton, Massachusetts. A Teach for America alum, Mr. Jenkins spent five years as a special education teacher in New Orleans. 

Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity

Child Mind Institute

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