- I have a child with dyslexia – can you help me?
- The school doesn’t recognize dyslexia what can I do?
- Why can’t my child read – does she have dyslexia?
Parents (and children) have long been frustrated at the school’s failure to identify children with dyslexia, to provide school-based services, and to effectively teach these children with research based programs.
Decoding Dyslexia, launched in 2011 by New Jersey parents, is an excellent and inspirational story about how a small group of parents banded together to change education in their home state and in other states.
This group needs to go viral!
DD-NJ parent members hope to establish a national DD entity and movement to help parents in every state get involved with creating positive changes for dyslexic students.
Start Decoding Dyslexia in Your State
Since the NJ launch, there are now more than 30 Decoding Dyslexia state-based grassroots parent organizations.
Here’s the Decoding Dyslexia NJ How-to Guide to get a grassroots movement started.
If your state already has a DD group, join today.
Contact DD-NJ directly at firstname.lastname@example.org