Dyslexia Awareness Month: Resources
“We believe that all individuals can be taught to read to their potential—including those with a previous diagnosis of dyslexia.”
– Nanci Bell
Lindamood-Bell students and their families talk about their dyslexia diagnosis, and describe how their reading ability has changed. This video includes information about a recent independent study examining the effectiveness of our instruction with dyslexic students.
Guinevere Eden, Ph.D. Director of the Center for the Study of Learning at Georgetown University
Dr. Eden discusses her work as a neurologist and a reading researcher. She talks about the dyslexic brain, the evolution of fMRI brain scans, her current research initiatives.
Average Age: 10
Average Hours of Instruction: 113
Number of Students: 1,676
On average, students with Dyslexia who received Seeing Stars instruction achieved significant improvements in reading. Get a summary of results.
Exciting research from the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, was recently published in the journal Nature Communications.
The study examined growth in reading skills and white matter in dyslexic students. Download a summary and access the full research article.