useful resources



International Dyslexia Association Fact Sheets about dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD; dyslexia advocacy, suggested readings for parents and teachers.  

The Learning Disabilities Association of America – Information and resources.  

The Academy of Orton‐Gillingham Practitioners and Educators (Official OG site) ‐
Information about OG Approach, Directory of training programs, certified tutors and schools.  

Information about learning to read, helping struggling readers. Book Lists.  

Information about dyslexia, intervention.  

(Formerly Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic) Audio Textbooks.  

Free audio book service for those who qualify w/ reading disability.  

Multisensory language instruction program for classroom teachers. 

Richland Library – Books on dyslexia for children and adults. Materials & workshops for teaching beginning & struggling readers.  

Sandhills School, An Accredited Orton‐Gillingham School, & Training Facility  

Multisensory games following the OG sequence 



Readiness for Reading
Beth Moore, 2017.

A Guide to Helping Your Child at Home
Diana Hanbury King, WVC Ed., 2015.  

Basic Facts About Dyslexia & Other Reading Problems
Louisa Cook Moats, Karen Daken, The International Dyslexia Association, 2008.

Straight Talk About Reading: How parents can make a difference during the early years
Susan Hall & Louisa C. Moats, McGraw Hill, 2006.

Recipe for Reading Intervention Strategies for Struggling Readers
Frances Bloom & Nina Traub, EPS, 2005.

Overcoming Dyslexia
Sally Shaywitz, M.D., Vintage, 2003.

Wrightsaw: From Emotions to Advocacy
Pam Wright & Pete Wright, 2006

For Educators & Administrators:

Dyslexia in the Classroom - What Every Teacher Needs to Know International Dyslexia Association Handbook

Knowledge & Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading
International Dyslexia Association Professional Standards & Practices Committee