Many Ohio kids can't read
6700 children in this circle
are poor readers or can't read
The Ohio Dyslexia Center is devoted to helping these kids become strong readers.
Dyslexia is the number one reason bright children can't read and spell well.
Watch Nick's mom tell his success story - how Nick brought home his first straight A report card after tutoring at Ohio Dyslexia Center (Chili Learning Center)
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“…dyslexia is a hidden disability, and because there was no physical proof of it, like a broken bone visible on X-ray, skeptics tried to explain it away. At long last, thanks to functional imaging, dyslexic readers have the proof they have been seeking. These remarkable images provide concrete evidence of the physical reality of their reading difficulty.”
"After more than a century of frustration, it has now been shown that the brain can be rewired and that struggling children can become skilled readers."
- Sally Shaywitz, Yale Center of Learning and Attention
The Right to Read documentary is worth watching. Here's the trailer...
Listen to the Sold a Story Podcast
Time yourself reading the paragraph below out loud.
I got this font from a dyslexic designer in the UK who designed this font to simulate how hard it is for dyslexic people to read.
See the next paragraph for the interpretation.
We are working hard to build a new home for the Ohio Dyslexia Center on US 36 in Coshocton, OH to bring our evidence-based literacy instruction to the 6700 children who live within a 40-minute drive who are poor readers or can't read. See www.helpohio.org for details.