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Spotlight on Dyslexia – the first virtual conference for parent on dyslexia, offers Learning Ally members and non-members an interactive educational experience, including real-time presentations with nationally recognized experts and parents, networking opportunities, and practical advice and resources. All you need is a computer and a high-speed internet connection to participate. And if you miss any presentations, registrants can replay from the archive.

AS A SPONSOR OR EXHIBITOR, you are supporting Learning Ally’s first-ever online virtual conference for parents: Spotlight on Dyslexia. The conference goals are to educate and inform parents about dyslexia, connect them to 21 national experts to get questions answered, and expose them to organizations, products and resources that may be able to help them help their child learn and thrive.

Our sponsorship packages offer you maximum exposure and opportunity to engage with 1,000 parents nationwide during and after the conference, and over 40,000 parents nationwide through our Learning Ally social network and email database.

Don’t miss this opportunity to reach active parents and experts in the learning disabilities community.

All inclusions are detailed in the sponsorship/exhibitor packet.

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GOLD Sponsor
Wilson Language Training
Gold Sponsor

Wilson Language Training® is dedicated to providing educators with the resources they need to help their students become fluent, independent readers.

Wilson is a provider of professional learning and research-based reading and spelling curricula for all ages. Its multisensory, structured curricula—the WILSON Reading System®, WILSONFundations®, WILSON Just Words®, and WILSON Fluency®—have proven highly effective. Wilson also brings to the task two decades of professional learning courses and ongoing teacher support.

Partnering with public and private schools, as well as clinics and adult education centers across the country, Wilson strives toward its ultimate goal: literacy for all.

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The purpose of YES! is to train students with learning differences to recognize their strengths and weaknesses, to help them build confidence and to provide them with the tools to become strong self-advocates.

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Groves Academy

Groves Academy is Minnesota's only established school for students with learning disabilities and attention disorders, and a center for literacy instruction, education and advocacy in the Midwest.

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College Web LD

CollegeWebLD is a searchable database that allows educational consultants, school counselors, prospective students and parents to view, search, and compare the disability support services available at U.S. colleges and universities. We have asked all of the right questions, so you can make the right decision.

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Whizzimo Reading and Spelling

Whizzimo is a powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use platform for multisensory reading and spelling instruction.

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Eye to Eye

Eye to Eye's mission is to improve the life of every person with a learning disability. We fulfill our mission by supporting and growing a network of youth mentoring programs run by and for those with learning differences, and by organizing advocates to support the full inclusion of people with learning disabilities and ADHD in all aspects of society.

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I can The Shadow Project

The Shadow Project provides an innovative, results-based program teachers have used in their classrooms to equip more than 7,000 struggling students grades K-8 with critical tools and support that helps set them on a path toward graduation and life success.

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Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators

AOGPE was established in 1995 to set and maintain professional and ethical standards for the practice of the Orton-Gillingham Approach. It certifies teachers and accredits instructional and training programs that meet these standards.

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Summit Camp

Camp provides a summer sleep away camp experience for boys and girls, ages 8-19, who have issues of attention. These may include Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and/or ADHD), ASD, Asperger’s syndrome, awkward social skills, High Functioning Autism, verbal or non-verbal learning disabilities (NVLD), and/or mild social or emotional concerns.

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Lexercise's free online dyslexia test for children can help determine if your child is having trouble with reading and might be a candidate for our full evaluation. Lexercise also provides comprehensive online treatment solutions for children with dyslexia.

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Everyone Reading

Reading is a critical link to success. Everyone Reading advances the lives of children and adults with dyslexia and related learning disabilities by providing the resources they need to learn to become successful readers, writers and spellers.

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Learning Disabilities Association of America

LDA Visualizes a World in Which: all individuals with learning disabilities are empowered to thrive and participate fully in society. LDA’s mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities and to reduce the incidence of learning disabilities in future generations.

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Parents Education Network

Parents Education Network is a coalition of parents collaborating with educators, students and the community to empower and bring academic and life success to students with learning and attention differences. We came to believe strongly that parents and educators must work collaboratively to help children with LD understand their individual strengths

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Fairleigh Dickinson University

The Regional Center for College Students with Learning Disabilities at Fairleigh Dickinson University provides comprehensive professional educational support at no cost to students with a language-based learning disability enrolled at both our Metropolitan and Florham campuses. Our program offers a structured plan of intensive academic support and counseling services that is tailored to the unique needs of the students.

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Slingerland Institute for Literacy

The Slingerland® Approach is a classroom adaptation of the Orton-Gillingham method. Time and again, research has shown the effectiveness of the Slingerland® Multisensory Structured Language Approach (MSL) in helping children and adults with specific language disability learn how to read, spell and write.

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National Special Education Advocacy Institute

NSEAI’s educational mission is to improve the quality and professionalism in the field of education advocacy, by encouraging the development of highly educated and knowledgeable advocates, that improve the educational and functional outcomes of children with disabilities, through the NSEAI Board Certified Education Advocate™ program.

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Landmark School

Landmark School enables and empowers students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities (LBLD) to realize their educational and social potential through an exemplary school program complemented by outreach and training, assessment, and research.

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Elizabeth Hamblet

Elizabeth Hamblet is a recognized author, speaker, and consultant who works to help students with disabilities make a successful transition to college. She offers advice, consultations, and presentations based on her professional experiences working both ends of the transition, as a high school special educator, and a college-level learning disabilities specialist.

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Promise Project

GOAL at PROMISE PROJECT is that all children with learning disabilities get the chance to succeed.
THE PROMISE is to provide an educational path for underserved children who struggle with learning disabilities, evaluating their learning disabilities and getting them the support they need.

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Decoding Dyslexia

Decoding Dyslexia is a network of parent-led grassroots movements across the country concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia within the public education system. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia. Each state organizes and inspires its own local movement.

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