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Springfield Center for Dyslexia and Learning is a 501(c)3, educational not-for-profit serving people with significant reading, spelling and writing difficulties, including people with dyslexia.  

July 29, 2019

Please join us for the third in a multi-part series celebrating the students and parents whose stories make up our story. Bennett's mom, Rachel, shares their family journey to his dyslexia diagnosis:

Hi I’m Rachel and our son’s name is Bennett. Bennett is a witty kid who enjoys spending time with friends, doing science experiments, playing board games, building is own businesses and loves animals.   A lot of his friends describe him as popular and smart although he has never felt smart by school standards due to his...

May 3, 2019

Please join us for the second in a multi-part series celebrating the students and parents whose stories make up our story. Murphy's mom, Melissa, share their family journey to his dyslexia diagnosis: 

“Hi!  My name is Melissa and this is my son Murphy. He has dyslexia. He also has black hair and a winning personality!”  This is how I begin the school year with most of my son’s teachers. It seems to break the ice and open the door in a positive way to allow them to hear about the best way to teach him and also lets th...

March 15, 2019

The following post is the first of a multi-part series celebrating the students and parents whose stories make up our story. Max's mom, Kelley, shares their family journey to his dyslexia diagnosis:

Max’s journey to dyslexia began very early, around the age of 3 years. Max was born a healthy, happy, and vibrant little boy. He did all of the physical things very early; crawling at 6 months and walking by 8 months. As he started growing I began to notice he was not doing the “academic” milestones at the same pace as my...

July 15, 2017

It feels like the end of the school year was long ago and the start of school is still far enough away that I am in denial!  

Enjoy the unscheduled days, going to afternoon movies or wearing p.j.'s until noon!  Let your kids and family heal from the exhausting school year.  

This is a great time to read a book to your son/daughter just because it is a really good read or one of your childhood favorites.  Get in a comfy spot with them, snuggle up together and savor the moment!  Take this opport...

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