The International Dyslexia Association is a world-wide nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families, and the communities that support them.
Understood is a welcoming and comprehensive online resource and support center for parents of children with learning and attention details.
The 1 in 5 Initiative is Learning Ally's campaign to promote public awareness of dyslexia and offer inspiration and resources to the millions of individuals affected by it.
The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity serves as a nexus for research on dyslexia and is a leading source of information and advocacy to better the lives of people with dyslexia.
Made by Dyslexia is a global charity led by Richard Branson and other successful dyslexics. Their purpose is to help the world properly understand and support dyslexia.
Dyslexic Advantage is an offshoot of the book by the same name and is a tremendous resource for dyslexia information and advocacy. It has become one of the world's largest dyslexia-focused communities.
Headstrong Nation is a positive and empowering advocacy group created by and for dyslexics.
Decoding Dyslexia is a parent-leg grassroots movement for dyslexia.
The Dyslexia Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 to identify and assist children with dyslexia through specialized programs, conferences, and research projects throughout the world.
The Power of Dyslexia is dedicated to focusing on the positive effects that dyslexia can have on a person's life and in the world.
Science and Dyslexia at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics conducts research on dyslexia and specifically how and why dyslexics may have natural aptitudes in science.
The Child Mind Institute is committed to finding effective and compassionate treatments for childhood psychiatric and learning differences.
Target the Problem is a tool to help parents and classroom teachers understand the specific problems a child may be having with reading. This site provides practical suggestions on what you (and kids themselves) can do to help students overcome or deal with their reading difficulties.