ERIC Number: ED358418
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
Children with Dyslexia.
William Gladden Foundation, York, PA.
This booklet briefly explains the identification of people with dyslexia, the referral and testing processes, the development of an educational program for dyslexics, and the progress and evaluation stages of dealing with dyslexia. The booklet's premise is that today dyslexics may enter any professional field to which they are suited, once they have mastered the necessary skills of reading and writing. The following chapters are included in the booklet: Questions and Answers (discussing 22 questions, such as, What is a definition of dyslexia? How can parents help their dyslexic children?); How a Case of Dyslexia is Handled; Characteristics of Dyslexia; Teaching Methods That Can Help Dyslexic Students; Special Privileges That May Benefit Students with Dyslexia; How Parents Can Help Their Dyslexic Children; and Agencies and Professionals to Contact about Dyslexia. (SAM)
Descriptors: Dyslexia, Elementary Secondary Education, Learning Disabilities, Parent Participation, Reading Diagnosis, Reading Difficulties, Reading Processes, Reading Skills, Student Needs, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Role
William Gladden Foundation, P.O. Box 7222, York, PA 17404 ($2.95 per copy; more than 5, $1.90 per copy; 5,000 or more, $0.90 per copy).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Parents; Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: William Gladden Foundation, York, PA.