Learning Ally Blog: Access and Achievement

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Now more than ever, people with learning and visual disabilities are flourishing in the classroom, launching productive careers and becoming assets in their communities. This blog spotlights remarkable individuals who demonstrate that having a visual or print disability is no barrier to educational success.


Honoring the Memory of our Colleague, Our Friend: Lissa True
Honoring the Memory of our Colleague, Our Friend: Lissa True

September 6, 2017 by Mir Ali

It is with deep sadness that we share news of the passing of our colleague and our friend Lissa ... Read More about Honoring the Memory of our Colleague, Our Friend: Lissa True

Learning Ally Announces Improved Support for Educators
Learning Ally Announces Improved Support for Educators

August 30, 2017 by Jenny Falke (LAE)

Learning Ally is starting the school year off right with improved services for educators and schools enrolled in our ... Read More about Learning Ally Announces Improved Support for Educators

Dorm Trials: How Living on My Own Taught Me to Socialize
Dorm Trials: How Living on My Own Taught Me to Socialize

August 25, 2017 by Mir Ali

By Lily Mordaunt, Learning Ally College Success Program Communications Intern, rising junior at Hunter College, and visually impaired. Every ... Read More about Dorm Trials: How Living on My Own Taught Me to Socialize

Back to School with Dyslexia: Five Tips for Parents and Students
Back to School with Dyslexia: Five Tips for Parents and Students

August 11, 2017 by Mir Ali

Pencils, crayons, glue sticks and audiobooks. . . it's back to school time! For children with dyslexia, preparation (or ... Read More about Back to School with Dyslexia: Five Tips for Parents and Students

Reading Finally Came Easy with Audiobooks for My Dyslexic Son
Reading Finally Came Easy with Audiobooks for My Dyslexic Son

August 3, 2017 by Jhara Navalo

Guest Blog by Amy Goetsch, Learning Ally Member Parent Thank you Learning Ally for sponsoring the Summer Reading Together and ... Read More about Reading Finally Came Easy with Audiobooks for My Dyslexic Son

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