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Susan Barton is a strong advocate for dyslexic readers. Her Bright Solutions website has lots of helpful information.
Dyslexia information from The Yale Center For Dyslexia and Creativity. They also have an article on increasing vocabulary hints that you may want to read.
Star Fall is a site with phonics based activities that help young students with sound to letter skills.
LD online offers lots of information about learning disabilities and ADHD including this article describing dyslexia.
If you are looking for ways to encourage reading the Reading rockets site may be just what you are looking for.
When you are told you can benefit from text books in audio format, the Learning Ally is a place that offers lots of help.

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