Solutions include new and effective teaching approaches that actually work, accommodations and modifications that support these approaches, access to classroom teachers and special education service providers knowledgeable and trained on dyslexia, access to appropriate school materials (textbooks, worksheets, test, etc.) with “readability” that meet the learning needs of dyslexic students, computer-based technology (including computer software apps and learning tools), audio-books and, an abundance of multi-sensory, tactile, and out-of-the-box hands-on learning. When this occurs, magic happens!
Results are measured by met goals. Having a great plan is important, but if it doesn’t get implemented, its purpose is defeated even before it gets started. Dyslexia Voice is committing to following-through in order get the results we expect – Results that improve and support the academic and emotional needs of dyslexic children – Results that improve the graduation rates and lower the drop-out rates of dyslexic children – Results that improve the overall quality of life for dyslexics to become happy, healthy, successful, and productive adults, and at the same time, dramatically reduce youth and adult incarceration rates (to name a few).