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Dyslexia is often identified as the inability to read at the expected levels for age and intelligence, despite adequate instruction and in the absence of hearing, visual, or neurological disorders. First described by W. Pringle Morgan and later by James Hinshelwood as congenital word blindness, the term "dyslexia" was coined in the late 1800s by Rudolf Berlin. Research on dyslexia was pioneered in the United States by Samuel Torrey Orton in the 1920s. Today dyslexia is estimated to occur in 2-8% of the school-age population. Some research has suggested that dyslexics are more likely to be left-handed than right-handed, that dyslexia is more prevalent in males than in females, and that dyslexia has a genetic basis. This guide is intended to assist the interested reader in identifying material on developmental dyslexia in the collections of the Library of Congress. Not meant to be a comprehensive bibliography, it is designed--as the name of the series implies--to put the reader "on target."



Brittain, Jerry L. The dyslexic disorder. U.S. Navy medicine, v. 72, Mar. 1981: 26-28.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and R11.U553

Dechant, Emerald V. Dyslexia. In his Diagnosis and remediation of reading disabilities. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, c1981. p. 111-125.

Dyslexia. JAMA, v. 261, Apr. 21, 1989: 2236-2239.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and R15.A48

Facts about dyslexia. Children today, v. 14, Nov./Dec. 1985: 23-27.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and HV741.C5362



Subject headings used by the Library of Congress, under which books on dyslexia can be located in most card, book, and online catalogs, include the following:

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Aaron, P. G. Dyslexia and hyperlexia: diagnosis and management of developmental reading disabilities. Dordrecht, Boston, Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1989. 302 p. (Neuropsychology and cognition, 1)
   Bibliography: p. 250-276.
   RJ496.A5A27 1989

Clark, Diana Brewster. Dyslexia: theory & practice of remedial instruction. Parkton, Md., York Press, c1988.
240 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   LB1050.5.C548 1988

Dyslexia, interdisciplinary approaches to reading disabilities. Herman K. Goldberg, Gilbert B. Schiffman, Michael Bender. New York, Grune & Stratton, c1983. 217 p.
   Includes bibliographies.
   RJ496.A5D97 1983

Perspectives on dyslexia. Edited by George Th. Pavlidis. Chichester, Eng., New York, Wiley, c1990. 2 v.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   RC394.W6P47 1990
   Contents: v. 1. Neurology, neuropsychology and genetics.--v. 2. Cognition, language, and treatment.

Thomson, Michael E. Developmental dyslexia: its nature, assessment, and remediation. London, Baltimore, E. Arnold, 1984. 277 p. (Studies in language disability and remediation, 7)
   Bibliography: p. 230-268.
   RJ496.A5T48 1984



Brutten, Milton, Sylvia O. Richardson, and Charles Mangel. Something's wrong with my child: a parents' [sic] book about children with learning disabilities. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979. 248 p.
   Bibliography: p. 234-240.
   LC4661.B73 1979

Fisher, Gary L., and Rhoda Woods Cummings. The survival guide for kids with LD*: *learning differences. Edited by Nancy J. Nielsen. Minneapolis, Free Spirit Pub., c1990. 97 p.
   Bibliography: p. 92.
   LC4705.F57 1990
   A handbook for kids with learning disabilities. Discusses different types of disorders, programs at school, coping with negative feelings, and making friends. Includes a section for parents and teachers.

Griffiths, Anita N. Teaching the dyslexic child. Novato, Calif., Academic Therapy Publications, c1978. 128 p.
   Bibliography: p. 121.

Hornsby, Bevé. Overcoming dyslexia: a straightforward guide for families and teachers. New York, Arco Pub., 1984.
140 p.
   RJ496.A5H67 1984

Huston, Anne Marshall. Common sense about dyslexia. Lanham, Md., Madison Books, c1987. 284 p.
   Bibliography: p. 253-271.
   RC394.W6H87 1987

Lamm, Stanley S., Martin L. Fisch, and Don McDonagh. Learning disabilities explained: the Lamm Institute's guide to diagnosis, remediation and help for your learning-disabled child. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1982. 247 p.
   Bibliography: p. 234.
   LC4704.L34 1982

Miles, T. R. Understanding dyslexia. New ed. Sevenoaks, Eng., Teach Yourself Books, 1978. 125 p.
   RJ496.A5M54 1978
   Previous ed. published under title, The dyslexic child.
Includes bibliographies.

Rosner, Jerome. Helping children overcome learning difficulties: a step-by-step guide for parents and teachers. 2nd ed. New York, Walker, c1979. 379 p.
   Bibliography: p. 367-371.
   LC4704.R67 1979

Wagner, Rudolph F. Dyslexia and your child: a guide for parents and teachers. Rev. ed. New York, Harper & Row, c1979. 212 p.
   Bibliography: p. 193-199.
   LB1050.5.W25 1979



Children's written language difficulties: assessment and management. Edited by Margaret J. Snowling. Windsor, Eng., Philadelphia, NFER-Nelson, 1985. 186 p.
   Bibliography: p. 175-184.
   LB1050.5.C54 1985

Dyslexia: a neuroscientific approach to clinical evaluation. Edited by Frank H. Duffy, Norman Geschwind. Boston, Little, Brown, c1985. 223 p.
   Includes bibliographies.
   RJ496.A5D94 1985

Hynd, George W., and Morris Cohen. Dyslexia: neuropsychological theory, research, and clinical differentiation. New York, Grune & Stratton, c1983. 270 p.
   RC394.W6H95 1983

Savage, John F. Dyslexia: understanding reading problems. New York, J. Messner, c1985. 90 p.
   RJ496.A5S28 1985
   Describes the characteristics of dyslexia, its causes, how it affects children, and how these children can learn to read.

Seymour, Philip H. K. Cognitive analysis of dyslexia. London, New York, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986. 265 p.
   Bibliography: p. 257-260.
   RJ496.A5S49 1986

Vellutino, Frank R. Dyslexia: theory and research. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, c1979. 427 p.
   Bibliography: p. 374-409.



Biobehavioral measures of dyslexia. Edited by David B. Gray, James F. Kavanagh. Parkton, Md., York Press, c1985. 328 p.
   RC394.W6B56 1985

Coles, Gerald. The learning mystique: a critical look at "learning disabilities." New York, Pantheon Books, c1987. 330 p.
   Bibliography: p. 289-320.
   LC4704.C62 1987

Dyslexia research and its applications to education. Edited by George Th. Pavlidis and T. R. Miles. Chichester, Eng., New York, J. Wiley, c1981. 307 p.
   Includes bibliographies.
   LB1050.5.D95 1981

Gaddes, William H. Learning disabilities and brain function: a neuropsychological approach. 2nd ed. New York, Springer-Verlag, c1985. 492 p.
   Bibliography: p. 425-469.
   RJ496.L4G33 1985

Genetics and learning disabilities. Edited by Shelley D. Smith. San Diego, College-Hill Press, c1986. 229 p.
   Includes bibliographies.
   RJ496.L4G46 1986

McGuinness, Diane. When children don't learn: understanding the biology and psychology of learning disabilities. New York, Basic Books, c1985. 310 p.
   Bibliography: p. 277-295.
   LC4704.M4 1985

Rudel, Rita G., Jane M. Holmes, and Joan Rudel Pardes. Assessment of developmental learning disorders: a neuropsychological approach. New York, Basic Books, c1988. 258 p.
   Bibliography: p. 237-247.
   RJ506.L4R83 1988

Sex differences in dyslexia. Edited by Alice Ansara and others. Towson, Md., Orton Dyslexia Society, 1981. 196 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   RC394.W6S49 1981s



BOSC directory. Congers, N.Y., BOSC Publishers, 1985- "Facilities for learning disabled people."

Evans, Martha M. Dyslexia: an annotated bibliography. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1982. 644 p. (Contemporary problems of childhood, no. 5)
   Z6671.52.D97E9 1982

The FCLD learning disabilities resource guide: a state-by-state directory of special programs, schools, and services. New York, Published for the Foundation for Children with Learning Disabilities by Education Systems, Inc., c1985. 409 p.
   Bibliography: p. 366-381.
   LC4704.6.F35 1985
   Rev. ed. of The FCLD guide for parents of children with learning disabilities, c1984.

Learning and communication disorders: an abstracted bibliography, 1971-1980. Washington, American Psychological Association, c1982. 499 p.
   RJ496.L4L43 1982
   See particularly: p. 15-32, 254-255, 348-353.

Lovejoy's college guide for the learning disabled. Edited by Charles T. Straughn. 2nd ed. New York, Monarch Press, c1988. 163 p.
   L901.L68 1988

Mosse, Hilde L. The complete handbook of children's reading disorders: a critical evaluation of their clinical, educational, and social dimensions. New York, Human Sciences Press, c1982. 2 v. (714 p.)
   Includes bibliographies.

Peterson's guide to colleges with programs for learning-disabled students. Charles T. Mangrum II and Stephen S. Strichart, editors. 2nd ed. Princeton, N.J., Peterson's Guides, c1988. 398 p.
   L901.P458 1988

Shore, Kenneth. The special education handbook: a comprehensive guide for parents and educators. New York, Teachers College Press, c1986. 207 p.
   Includes bibliographies.
   LC4031.S46 1986

Skyer, Regina, and Gil Skyer. What do you do after high school? The nationwide guide to collegiate, counseling, residential, social, and vocational programs serving the adolescent, young adult, and adult with learning disabilities. 1986-87 ed. Rockaway Park, N.Y., Skyer Consultation Center, c1986. 444 p.
   HV1569.3.Y68S58 1986

Westman, Jack C. Handbook of learning disabilities: a multisystem approach. Boston, Allyn and Bacon, c1990.
854 p.
   Bibliography: p. 742-829.
   LC4704.W47 1990
   See particularly "Written Language Disabilities": p. 494-513.



Aaron, P. G., Scott Phillips, and Steen Larsen. Specific reading disability in historically famous persons. Journal of learning disabilities, v. 21, Nov. 1988: 523-538.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and LB1134.J68

Adelman, Kimberly A., and Howard S. Adelman. Rodin, Patton, Edison, Wilson, Einstein: were they really learning disabled? Journal of learning disabilities, v. 20, May 1987: 270-279.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and LB1134.J68

Evans, James S. An uncommon gift. Philadelphia, Westminster Press, c1983. 180 p.
   RC394.W6E9 1983

Fleming, Elizabeth. Believe the heart: our dyslexic days. San Francisco, Strawberry Hill Press, c1984. 160 p.
   RC394.W6F57 1984

Hampshire, Susan. Susan's story: an autobiographical account of my struggle with words. London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1981. 167 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   PN2598.H22A37 1981

Mautner, Thomas S. Dyslexia--my "invisible handicap". Annals of dyslexia, v. 34, 1984: 299-311.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and RJ496.A5O78

Simpson, Eileen B. Reversals: a personal account of victory over dyslexia. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1979. 246 p.
   Bibliography: p. 245-246.

Stein, N. L. Lost in the learning maze. Journal of learning disabilities, v. 20, Aug./Sept. 1987: 409-410.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and LB1134.J68

Thompson, Lloyd J. Language disabilities in men of eminence. Journal of learning disabilities, v. 4, Jan. 1971: 34-45.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR> and LB1134.J68



Cognitive and behavioral characteristics of children with learning disabilities. Edited by Joseph K. Torgesen. Austin, Tex., PRO-ED, c1990. 237 p.
   LC4704.C6 1990
   Papers discussed at the Austin Invitational Research Symposium held in Austin, Tex., Mar. 25-26, 1988, sponsored by the Donald D. Hammill Foundation.
   "Contents of this book were previously published in the Journal of learning disabilities."
   Includes bibliographical references.

From reading to neurons. Edited by Albert M. Galaburda. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, c1989. 545 p.
   RC394.W6F76 1989
   Contains papers given at a conference held in Florence, Italy, from June 8-12, 1987, sponsored by Emily Landau and the Fisher-Landau Foundation of New York City.
   Includes bibliographies.

International Study Group on Special Educational Needs. Seminar (3rd: 1983: Mayo Clinic). Understanding learning disabilities: international and multidisciplinary views. Edited by Drake D. Duane and Che Kan Leong. New York, Plenum Press, c1985. 272 p.
   LC4704.I58 1985
   "Proceedings of the Third Seminar of International Study Group (ISG) on Special Educational Needs in Learning Disabilities on the implications of technological advances for special educational services, held July 18-22, 1983, at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota."
   Includes bibliographies.

Learning disabilities and prenatal risk. Edited by Michael Lewis. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, c1986. 364 p.
   RJ496.L4L433 1986
   Based on a symposium held in Washington, D.C. in 1983, sponsored by the Dept. of Pediatrics of the Rutgers Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, the Association for Adults and Children with Learning Disabilities, and the Johnson & Johnson Baby Products Company.
   Includes bibliographies.

NATO Advanced Study Institute on Developmental and Acquired Disorders of Reading and Writing Systems in Different Languages: a Cognitive Neuropsychological Perspective (1987: Il Ciocco, Italy). Reading and writing disorders in different orthographic systems. Edited by P. G. Aaron and R. Malatesha Joshi. Dordrecht, Boston, Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1989. 416 p. (NATO Advanced Study Institutes series. Series D, Behavioural and social sciences, v. 52)
   LB1050.5.N33 1987
   "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Developmental and Acquired Disorders of Reading and Writing Systems in Different Languages: a Cognitive Neuropsychological Perspective, Il Ciocco, Italy, November 9-21, 1987."
   Includes bibliographical references.

NATO Advanced Study Institute on Neuropsychology and Cognition (1980: Augusta, Ga.). Neuropsychology and cognition: proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Neuropsychology and Cognition, Augusta, Georgia, September 8-18, 1980. Edited by R. N. Malatesha and L. C. Hartlage. The Hague, Boston, M. Nijhoff Publishers; Hingham, Mass., Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston, 1982. 2 v. (NATO Advanced Study Institutes series. Series D, Behavioural and social sciences, no. 9-10)
   QP360.N37 1980
   Includes bibliographical references.

Orthography, reading, and dyslexia. Edited by James F. Kavanagh and Richard L. Venezky. Baltimore, University Park Press, c1980. 325 p.
   Proceedings of a conference in a series entitled "Communicating by language," sponsored by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and others.
   Proceedings of the 7th series of meetings; proceedings of the 6th are entered under the title: Speech and language in the laboratory, school, and clinic.
   Bibliography: p. 297-317.



Abstracting and indexing services that index relevant journal articles and other literature are listed below. Some suggested terms are given as aids in searching. Note: Consult reference librarian for location of abstracting and indexing services in the Science Reading Room.

British Education Index (1954- )
   See: Dyslexia
   Learning Disabilities
   Reading Difficulties
For earlier entries see also headings beginning with Dyslexic, Learning Disordered, Reading Disordered and Reading Disorders and terms such as Children with Learning Disorders, Children with Reading Disorders, Pupils with Learning Disorders, Pupils with Reading Disorders, etc.

Current Index to Journals in Education (1969- )
   See: Dyslexia
   Language Handicaps
   Learning Disabilities
   Minimal Brain Dysfunction
   Neurological Impairments
   Perceptual Handicaps
   Reading Difficulties
   Reading Failure
   Remedial Reading
For earlier terms see Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors

Education Index (1929- )
   See: Dyslexia
   Learning Disabilities
   Learning Disabled
   Learning Disabled Children

General Science Index (1978- )
   Z7401.G46 <SciRR>
   See: Learning Disabilities
   Reading Disability

Index Medicus (1960- )
   Z6660.I422 <SciRR>
   See: Dyslexia
   Learning Disorders

Magazine Index (1980- )
   Available in several formats in LC
   See: Dyslexia
   Learning Disabled Children
   Learning Disabled Youth
   Learning Disabilities
   Reading Disability

Psychological Abstracts (1927- )
   BF1.P65 <SciRR>
   See: Dyslexia
   Educational Diagnosis
   Learning Disabilities
   Learning Disorders
   Reading Disabilities

Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature (1900- )
   See: Dyslexia (March 1984- )
   Learning Disabilities
   Reading Disability

Social Sciences Index (1974- )
   See: Dyslexia (April 1982- )
   Learning Disabilities
   Learning Disabled
   Learning Disabled Children

Other indexes, listed here, should be used for an exhaustive search using the subject terms already given. Only a limited return can be expected for the time spent.

Biological Abstracts (1926- )
   QH301.B37 <SciRR>

Canadian Education Index (1965- )

Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography (1928- )

Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature (1956- )
   Z6675.N7C8 <SciRR>

Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA (1967- )



Journals that often contain articles relevant to dylexia include:

Annals of Dyslexia (formerly Orton Society. Bulletin)
Brain and Language
The British Journal of Psychology
Dyslexia Review Not in LC Collection
Journal of Learning Disabilities LB1134.J68
Neuropsychologia RC321.N435
Perceptual and Motor Skills BF311.P36



Bruck, Maggie. Word-recognition skills of adults with childhood diagnoses of dyslexia. Developmental psychology, v. 26, May 1990: 439-454.

Duane, Drake D. Neurobiological correlates of reading disorders. Journal of educational research, v. 77, Sept./ Oct. 1983: 5-15.

Frith, Uta. Experimental approaches to developmental dyslexia: an introduction. Psychological research, v. 43, Oct. 1981: 97-109.

Galaburda, Albert M. Developmental dyslexia: a review of biological interactions. Annals of dyslexia, v. 35, 1985: 21-33.

Geiger, Gad, and Jerome Y. Lettvin. Peripheral vision in persons with dyslexia. New England journal of medicine, v. 316, May 14, 1987: 1238-1243.

Long, Richard L., and Michael E. Murray. Review: neurophysiologic aspects of developmental dyslexia. Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics, v. 3, Mar. 1982: 2-6.

Pavlidis, George Th. Eye movements in dyslexia: their diagnostic significance. Journal of learning disabilities, v. 18, Jan. 1985: 42-50.

Rumsey, Judith M., and Susan D. Hamburger. Neuropsychological divergence of high-level autism and severe dyslexia. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, v. 20, June 1990: 155-168.

Smith, Shelley D., and others. Familial dyslexia: use of genetic linkage data to define subtypes. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, v. 29, Mar. 1990: 204-213.

Stevenson, Harold W., and others. Reading disabilities: the case of Chinese, Japanese, and English. Child development, v. 53, Oct. 1982: 1164-1181.

Wilsher, Colin R., George Atkins, and Pauline Manfield. Effect of Piracetam on dyslexic's reading ability. Journal of learning disabilities, v. 18, Jan. 1985: 19-25.



TECHNICAL REPORTS and other types of literature are indexed in the following guides:

Exceptional Child Education Resources (1969- )
   See: Dyslexia
   Language Handicaps
   Learning Disabilities
   Reading Difficulties
   Remedial Reading

Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications (1895- )
   Z1223.A18 <SciRR>
   See: Dyslexia
   Dyslexic Children
   Learning Disabilities
   Learning Disabled Children
   Learning Disabled Teenagers
   Learning Disabled Youth
   Reading Disability

Resources in Education (1966- )
   See: Dyslexia
   Language Handicaps
   Learning Disabilities
   Minimal Brain Dysfunction
   Neurological Impairments
   Perceptual Handicaps
   Reading Difficulties
   Reading Failure
   Remedial Reading
   For earlier terms see Thesaurus of ERIC descriptors   Z695.1.E3T49



Balajthy, Ernest, and Eileen Whitcraft Waring. Dyslexia and the college student. Geneseo, N.Y., State University of New York at Geneseo, Oct. 1988. 24 p.
   ED 297 313 <MicRR>
   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the College Reading Association (32nd, Atlanta, Ga., October 28-30, 1988).

Brown, Virginia L., and Morton Botel. Dyslexia: definition or treatment? Bloomington, Ind., Indiana University, ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, 1972. 75 p.
   ED 058 014 <MicRR>

Decker, Sadie N. Spatial ability in relatives of reading disabled children. Boulder, Colo., Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado, Aug. 1982. 9 p.
   ED 229 721 <MicRR>
   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association (90th, Washington, D.C., August 23-27, 1982).

Forness, Steven R. Recent concepts in dyslexia: implications for diagnosis and remediation. Los Angeles, University of California, Los Angeles; Reston, Va., ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children, Mar. 1981. 31 p.
   ED 201 167 <MicRR>

Groff, Charlotte V. Some symptoms, causes, and remediations of dyslexia. Coloma, Mich., Coloma Community Schools, May 1981. 41 p.
   ED 220 814 <MicRR>
   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Michigan Reading Association (26th, Grand Rapids, Mich., March 14-16, 1982).

Manis, Franklin R. Four patterns of word-level reading difficulty in dyslexic children. Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Apr. 1987. 23 p.
   ED 284 172 <MicRR>
   Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (Baltimore, Md., April 23-26, 1987).

McIntyre, Thomas C. Dyslexia: the effects of visual memory and serial recall. Charleston, Ill., Eastern Illinois University, Nov. 1, 1982. 29 p.
   ED 227 603 <MicRR>

Newby, Robert F., Donna Recht, and JoAnne Caldwell. Phonological processing, verbal and nonverbal memory, and attention in dysphonetic and dyseidetic dyslexia. Milwaukee, Medical College of Wisconsin, Apr. 1989. 9 p.
   ED 308 011 <MiCRR>
   Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (Kansas City, Mo., April 27-30, 1989), and at the Joint Conference on Learning Disabilities (Ann Arbor, Mich., June 1-3, 1989).



Selected materials available in the Science Reading Room pamphlet boxes include the following:

Cicci, Regina. Dyslexia: especially for parents. Annals of dyslexia, v. 37, 1987: 203-211.

Evans, Bruce J. W., and Neville Drasdo. Review of ophthalmic factors in dyslexia. Ophthalmic and physiological optics, v. 10, Apr. 1990: 123-132.

Hugdahl, Kenneth, Berit Synnevåg, and Paul Satz. Immune and autoimmune diseases in dyslexic children. Neuropsychologia, v. 28, no. 7, 1990: 673-679.

Huston, Anne Marshall. Dyslexia: who can have it? Journal of instructional psychology, v. 14, Dec. 1987: 201-205.

Hynd, George W., and Cynthia R. Hynd. Dyslexia: neuroanatomical/neurolinguistic perspectives. Reading research quarterly, v. 19, summer 1984: 482-498.

Langone, John. Deciphering dyslexia. Discover, v. 4, Aug. 1983: 34-35, 38-39, 42.

Miles, T. R. Dyslexia: the current status of the term. Child language teaching and therapy, v. 1, Feb. 1985: 54-64.

Silver, Larry B. The "magic cure": a review of the current controversial approaches for treating learning disabilities. Journal of learning disabilities, v. 20, Oct. 1987: 498-504, 512.

Vellutino, Frank R. Dyslexia. Scientific American, v. 256, Mar. 1987: 34-41.

Wilsher, Colin R., and J. A. Taylor. Remedies for dyslexia: proven or unproven? Early child development and care, v. 27, no. 3: 437-449.



Council for Exceptional Children
1920 Association Drive
Reston, VA 22091
Telephone: (703) 620-3660

Council for Learning Disabilities
P.O. Box 40303
Overland Park, KS 66204
Telephone: (913) 492-8755

Learning Disabilities Association
c/o Jean S. Petersen, Executive Director
4156 Library Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
Telephone: (412) 341-1515

National Center for Learning Disabilities
99 Park Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Telephone: (212) 687-7211

Orton Dyslexia Society
724 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21204
Telephone: (301) 296-0232


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