September–October 2021

DyslexiaHelp was designed more than a decade ago as an evidence-based dyslexia curriculum for those with dyslexia, parents, professionals, and educators. Our new home at the U-M School of Education supports that mission and provides many new opportunities for the future.

Read more about the move…

You and your child's school staff form an important team for your child's academic achievement. Here are 15 tips to help you develop a strong, positive relationship with your child's teachers and support staff.

Read 15 Ways to Build Bridges with School Staff…

Activities around reading and writing will be much more fun if you consider your child's interests when choosing material.

Read Foster Language, Reading, and Writing Improvement at Home…

A student with dyslexia in the general classroom may encounter various obstacles that hinder his/her academic potential. It is important for teachers, families, and students to have open communication about what specific accommodations are needed to ensure learning success.

Read Accommodations…

As a parent, you are entitled to play a major role in the educational planning process for your child with a language disability.

Read The IEP Process…

Success Story: Robert Ballard

Dr. Robert Ballard, Deep Sea Explorer

Deep Sea Explorer

Dr. Robert Ballard is among the most accomplished of the world's deep-sea explorers, best known for his historic discovery of the R.M.S. Titanic shipwreck.

Read Dr. Ballard’s Story

This Capital Area District Library “CADL Cast” podcast features Dr. Pierson talking about dyslexia and DyslexiaHelp as part of the library’s efforts to highlight Dyslexia Awareness month.

Listen to the podcast

Debunking Dyslexia Myths

People with dyslexia see things backwards.

Read Debunking Dyslexia Myths to find the answer…