~Resources and Guides~


1 in 5 students has a language based learning disability; dyslexia is the most common type.

(Dyslexia Center of Utah)


People with dyslexia have normal intelligence and usually have normal vision.

(Mayo Clinic)


62% of non-readers dropped out of high school.

(Dyslexia Center of Utah)


Dyslexics do not “see” words backwards. The “b-d” letter reversal for example is mainly caused by deficits in interpreting left and right.

(Dyslexia Center of Utah)


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 15% of the population has dyslexia.

(University of Michigan)

Dyslexic: My Journey is a resource-rich book that offers a wealth of information
for parents, teachers, counselors and students.

Appendix 1:

Dyslexia – Overview

includes indicators of dyslexia and 2 important websites:

Mayo Clinic

National Institutes of Health

Appendix 3:

The Orton-Gillingham Approach

is structured according to how we use sight, sound and touch to learn language. Get more details about this educational approach and schools in the United States that use the Orton-Gillingham approach.

Appendix 4:

Lists books that pertain to Dyslexia
(See in Book Appendix)

Learn more About Dyslexia

Understood Youtube Page

Understood, is a youtube channel based primarily on the focus of understanding those with learning disabilities. They have curated a catalog of videos for anyone to watch on many topics.

*The Gift*

Dyslexia: The Gift Blog

Dyslexia the Gift Blog,

is a website devoted to exploring elements to assist those with learning disabilities, and showcases a plethora of informative articles.

University of Michigan Dyslexia Help Resources

University of Michigan Resources


This blog helps individuals with dyslexia, as well as parents, employers, and professionals of all kinds.

Learn more About Dyslexia



The mission of Dyslexic Advantage is to promote the positive identity,community, and achievement of dyslexic people by focusing on their strengths.

With Dyslexia

Home-schooling w/ Dyslexia


My name is Marianne Sunderland. I  created this site, Homeschooling  With Dyslexia, to share from my  many years of experience teaching  my own outside the box learners.

Dyslexia Daily Blog

Dyslexia Daily Blog

Dyslexia Daily is a friendly on-line community where you’ll meet like

minded parents, educators and LD specialists to support you on your journey

with dyslexia.