It’s important to note that the many programs available are not all suited to the varied learning styles of all students. Early intervention is key and it is crucial to start with a structured, systematic and evidence based programs/software/apps that build on phonology (the sounds within spoken words) and phonemic awareness (blending and manipulating these sounds) as a foundation.
A wide choice of programs are available at The Learning Difference Convention. Some programs are peer reviewed for their validity and reliability, whilst others are researched within their own organizations.
Varied programs are available in the exhibition hall and include programs for classroom work, small group work as well as one on one for the most severe.
The LDC exhibition hall is not just about reading resources, it includes information and resources addressing the co-existing difficulties that make it so much harder for many dyslexics.
Browse through the exhibition hall, learn more about the programs, ask questions, share your thoughts and ideas, thereby helping us to help those dealing with specific learning difficulties.