The Internet provides convenient access to information on a subject. Unfortunately, not all information found on the Internet is as reliable as information found in print. The websites I have provided are ones that are well-known in the field of learning disabilities and dyslexia. When viewing other Internet sources, consider who the author is, what his/her background is, when the information was created, and how often is it updated.
Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, a nonprofit volunteer organization, is the nation's educational library serving people who cannot effectively read standard print because of visual impairment, dyslexia, or other physical disability.
Its mission statement: "Our mission is to create opportunities for individual success by providing, and promoting the effective use of, accessible educational materials."
Its vision statement: "Our Vision Our vision is for all people to have equal access to the printed word."
LD OnLine is a service of WETA, Washington, D.C., in association with The Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities. LD OnLine is made possible in part by generous support from Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes® and The Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation. Special sections are provided for new, parents and teachers. A free monthly newsletter is available by providing an e-mail address. LD Online has a comprehensive store for videos, literature, teaching aids, etc. that are geared to the parent or teacher of children with learning disabilities.
The website provides the following links: