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Dyslexia, by Sally Shaywitz, M.D.

A new model of this reading disorder emphasizes defects in the language-processing rather than the visual system. It explains why some very smart people have trouble learning to read.

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How to Read Your Hearing Test

A step by step guide showing you what the lines and numbers on an audiogram (one of the basic hearing tests) mean.

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International Dyslexia Association

The IDA is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia and their families. Developmental dyslexia is accompanied by deficits in phonological processing.

Learn more about IDA

National Center for Learning Disabilities

A gateway to information about learning disability resources across the country. Has a collection of Fact Sheet introductions and overviews of many kinds of learning disabilities that may be downloaded or viewed online.

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Schwab Learning

A web site for parents of children with learning differences. Their definition of Learning Differences includes Specific Learning Disabilities (LD) where there is a disorder that results in difficulty understanding or using spoken or written language, kids who struggle with similar problems but don’t qualify for special education, and Attention Problems like AD/HD.

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