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​Online Resources

  • Reading Rockets offers helpful information regarding different some of these devices can help with reading. It also includes resources for parents, teachers, and others.

  • HeadStrong Nation is a non-profit dedicated to serving the dyslexic community. They aim to create a movement in which dyslexics thrive.

  • Reading provides multiple reading resources for 20,000 free worksheets that build on reading skills.

  • Learning Works for Kids provides online activities that aid children with dyslexia and also provides useful information regarding dyslexia and useful tools.

  • Dyslexia Materials provides a list of multiple resources for tools, school info, etc.

  • SEN Teacher offers free printable activities for reading and math.

  • Learning Ally is a large audiobook database with 75,000 digitally recorded books in audio format.

  • The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity aims to uncover and illuminate the strengths of those with dyslexia.  The Yale Foundation offers a wide array of resources for parents and children with dyslexia.

  • Nessy Reading is an online reading program that makes learning to read fun and engaging.

  • Teach Your Monster to Read is a series of free games to practice the first stages of reading.  Combining top quality games design with essential learning, the game is built on the principles of synthetic phonics and follows the sequence of the Letters and Sounds programme.

  • Dyslexia and Literacy International provides a list of "ready to use" materials for teachers.  The resources provided were drawn up e-Campus coordinator, speech therapist Fialta Salembier, based on three criteria: evidence-based, non commercial, and useful for teachers.
Assistive Apps

Google Play Books: This app is able to read books aloud for a dyslexic student and allows them to follow along on their device. Available on Android, IOS, and Desktop.

Speechify: An intelligent speech-to-text audio-reader that turns reading materials into interactive audiobooks.  Available on Android, IOS, and Desktop.

Natural Reader: The app allows individuals to copy and paste from websites and turn text into speech.  Available on Android, IOS, and Desktop.

Mind Meister: This app helps with note taking in a user-friendly format that is easy to understand.  Available on Android and IOS.
Dyslexia Friendly: This Google Chrome Extension changes fonts on websites when enabled to easier-to-read fonts for individuals with dyslexia.
ModMath: This app helps individuals with dyslexia and dysgraphia who have problems writing math problems.  Available only on IOS.
Notability:  This app takes "handwritten" notes on documents to allow for adding sketches to PDF or graphics or editing student work. Available only on IOS.
Dragon Anywhere: This is a voice recognition app that allows the user to see the text generated through speaking instead of typing.  Available on Android and IOS.
For more helpful apps, you can visit these websites: 
Local Resources in North Carolina

  • Greenville Learning Center partners with local schools in order to provide resources for children with learning

  • Southridge Learning Center is a tutoring and psychological testing center.

  • Dyslexic Like Me is a resource website for individuals with dyslexia.  There is also a list of dyslexic schools in North Carolina with information provided regarding these schools provided.

National Dyslexia Sites





Pathways to Success: Dyslexia Throughout the Generations has no affiliation with any online resources or assistive apps mentioned below.  Rather, we believe these are useful resources that can help individuals with dyslexia in their daily living.
Lor, 2018